The world of gadgets is a wonderful world. The market has evolved significantly since the early days of truly wireless earbuds when users were forced to opt for them due to poor sound quality and inconsistent functionality. Now, companies like Sony, Apple, and Samsung are offering their most premium earbuds yet, having learned their lessons from multiple generations of products. Amidst this, earphones produced by luxury fashion company Louis Vuitton are gaining popularity on the internet. Although the Louis Vuitton Horizon Light Up headphones were launched in March this year, they became very popular due to their extravagant design.
According to what is in it websiteThe product is priced at $1,660 (Rs 1.38 lakh) and comes in five colors – red, blue to gradient violet, gold, black and silver. The new headphones include a slightly curved design, a lightweight aluminum frame, and a polished sapphire layer over the “flower” of the brand’s famous monogram pattern. The charging case is a polished stainless steel case engraved with the luxury brand name. Moreover, it has a black glass cover, surrounded by a monogram-pattern LED light ring in gray tones. It also has a pouch that anyone can attach to their bags while on the go. “The charging case moves in a beautiful kaleidoscope of gradient colours, performing an electric dance while indicating battery levels,” said Louis Vuitton. “The earbuds also come with a lightweight travel case designed to easily attach to a belt loop or bag, marrying function with style.”
“The Louis Vuitton Horizon Light Up earbuds represent the beginning of a new era in state-of-the-art exclusive wireless in-ear audio devices. They bring color and creativity to the market as well as some of the most innovative, user-focused technology and features around. It comes in a beautiful charging case with a silhouette inspired by the Tambour Horizon Light Up watch, whose Monogram pattern is animated by charming gradient colors. Website,” the brand wrote on its page.
Additional features include Bluetooth Multipoint technology, which allows the wearer to stream audio from two different sources simultaneously. There’s also active noise reduction and a built-in microphone for calls that cancel out background noise. Battery life up to 28 hours.
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