The Sony LinkBuds S headset launched in May this year, the manufacturer announced a new version yesterday. The earphone body and protective case of the new Earth Blue version are not only changed to light blue, but the materials used for production are also more environmentally friendly. like texture.
The regular version of the LinkBuds S itself is already made of plastic recycled from auto parts, and now Sony is going a step further and trying to find new uses for recycled plastic water bottles. The blue dolomite texture of the protective box and earphones is proof of the use of new environmentally friendly materials. In order to implement the concept of protecting the environment, the packaging of the Earth Blue version does not use plastic like the ordinary version.
The specifications and configurations of the Earth Blue version of LinkBuds S headphones are the same as those of the normal version, such as active noise cancellation and transparency mode, and also support Auto Play time setting and Adaptive Sound Control functions. The headphones can be used continuously for 6 hours after active noise cancellation is activated. The charging case can last up to 20 hours, and others include IPX4 waterproofing and Speak-to-Chat. Sony said that the Earth Blue version will be available at the end of October, and the price is the same as the regular version of LinkBuds S.
Data and picture sources:engadget
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