Earin: These small earphones recharge in your pocket

A hassle free device which claims to be  the smallest in the world with no wires attached, no lights, no microphones and no sensors. The device specifically designed for the music lovers, which is being named as- Earin, delivers high quality audio sound.

A group of former Sony Ericsson and Nokia engineers have gone a step further, creating a cool gadget named Earin, keeping in mind the drawbacks faced in similar category products.




The Earin buds weigh 5 g (0.17 oz) and feature a plastic casing with a silicon tip on the end that is designed to create a snug, noise-isolating fit inside the ear. Measuring 14 mm (0.55 in) in diameter and 20 mm (0.78 in) in length, they are a similar size to your typical earbuds and use Bluetooth 3.0 and 4.0 to wirelessly stream audio from a paired device.

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Although the smallest termed device provides a battery backup of 3 hours, to save the battery further the engineers have advised “When not in use, you place the Earin in a small tube that both protects and recharges them, using its own battery.” as repoted by engadget.com


The gadget has received high appreciations from the people as the product is designed keeping in mind their needs and requirements.

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