Noise has now come up with a smart eyewear! After establishing itself in the audio and wearables category lately, Noise is now venturing into the smart eyewear category. Starting with the Noise i1 smart eyewear, the pair glass is essentially an integrated Bluetooth speaker embedded into the glass frame – there’s no AR or VR stuff going on here. It costs Rs. 5,999, which is almost the same price as most decent pair of TWs earbuds. However, the form factor is completely different, and promises greater convenience than ever.
Developed under its experimental wing Noise Labs, the i1 brings several new features to the segment, which include Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation (MEMS) Mic for calling, magnetic Charging, and hands-free voice control, to offer style, comfort and a unique audio experience. The i1 is a limited edition device and can be purchased directly from gonoise.com.
The Noise i1 makes use of the guided audio design to ensure that the music is directed into the ears. Noise says that it blocks out the loud noise of the surroundings. The device is also claimed to offer over 9 hours of playtime on a single charge. For connectivity, the device makes use of the recent Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, which allows the device to be connected to your smartphone. The Bluetooth connectivity range allows to go up to 10 metres away from your smartphone. The battery capacity is also said to deliver 120 minutes of playtime on a 15-minute charge.
As for the smart features, the Noise i1 comes with multi-functional touch controls that enable users to accept and reject calls, manage music, and activate the voice assistant. The lenses themselves are rated to provide UVA/B 99% protection against sun rays in the sunglasses lenses. There is also a changeable blue light filtering transparent lenses for reducing eye strain and providing clear vision when using laptops and other devices.
The Noise i1 smart eyewear comes with water ingress protection of IPX4, making it resistant to water splashes. It even has in-built voice assistants like Siri and Google Assistant.
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