Anker’s Wireless Earbuds Promise 48 Hours of Playback


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Anker is a well-known electronics company that is a personal favorite of mine. Over the past few years, I’ve used their portable battery chargers, cables, and various accessories to make sure My gadgets are never without a full charge. And soon there will be one more accessory that everyone needs to check out from them, the Liberty+ True Wireless Earphones.

Anker’s Wireless Earbuds Promise 48 Hours of Playback

A Kickstarter that is currently seeking a $50,000 goal, the Liberty+ have 13 days remaining for funding and have already reached close to $1.8 million dollars which means this is going to be THE item to get.

Anker’s Wireless Earbuds Promise 48 Hours of Playback

The Liberty+ will offer up many of the features the competition in the truly wireless earbud genre have but have yet to master including:

* 3.5 hours playtime and a total of 48 hours life with charging case
* Single button Bluetooth pairing; straightforward and simple
* Sweat resistant and designed to remain in the ear even during strenuous exercise
* Transparency; one click to block out the outside world, another to relay external audio with the utmost clarity.
* The first True Wireless earphones to use Graphene-coated drivers that propel sound quality to new heights.
* Integrated with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Siri.

Anker’s Wireless Earbuds Promise 48 Hours of Playback

With plenty of competition from the likes of Bragi, Jabra and others we’ve reviewed before, I am actually way more excited to see what Anker has in store, and you should too.

You can find out more information including how to back the Liberty+ on Kickstarter by clicking this link today!

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Greg Alston
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