Panasonic has unveiled bone conduction Bluetooth headphones at the CES 2013 event. The design of these headphones is quite sleek and sporty.
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Bone conduction headphones are nothing new in the consumer electronics scene. These headphones are able to deliver a better sound clarity, even in noisy environments and can prove a great aid to many. Panasonic has now taken the occasion of CES 2013 to unveil its own bone conduction Bluetooth headphones.

Panasonic Bone conduction headphones

The overall design of these headphones seem fairly comfortable. They are like many other wrap-around headphones although they feature no buds to be used. The design is quite sporty and sleek, and the headphones feel quite light.

Panasonic has packed these Bluetooth headphones with a single AAA battery for now. However, the company says that it may find a rechargeable solution in the coming days, when the headphone is ready to hit the shelves.

The sturdy, sporty look of the headphones may be able to attract a sizable number of users once they become available. Unfortunately, Panasonic hasn’t divulged the pricing or availability details of these headphones. We expect them be around before this year expires at a price point not exceeding $180.

If you are a fan of bone conduction headphones, you should surely keep an eye on this one. Panasonic is claiming that the performance of these headphones is superior to many other contemporary solutions, a claim that will be tested in due time.

Courtesy: Engadget

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