With CES 2019 in full swing, there will be companies left and right announcing stylish new gadgets for us all to enjoy. If you’re a fan of headphones, pay attention — Wicked Audio is announcing four new wireless in-ear headphones additions to their line: Dunmore, Portal, Syver, and Gnar.
Wicked Audio Dunmore
The first of the four Wicked Audio headphones is the Dunmore series shown above. The most versatile addition to their audio line, Dunmore is a truly wireless pair of wireless earbuds that boast an extended battery life of six total hours in the ear; they come with a charging case that will not only charge the earbuds but additional devices like a smartphone. The Dunmore also comes complete with an IPX5 waterproof rating, so it is great for running outdoors in the rain. Their price is not available at this time, but the Dunmore will be available this spring.
Wicked Audio Portal
If you tend to lose truly wireless earbuds but still want to go un-tethered, you should check out the Portal neck-lock style Bluetooth earbuds. With a rubber material casing and angled housing so they won’t be uncomfortable to wear all day, the Portal by Wicked Audio will be available in the spring.
Wicked Audio Syver
Wicked Audio’s Syver is another truly wireless pair of headphones that boast IP65 waterproofing, and dust resistance, which is great for carefree use on-the-go. But what makes these headphones a bit more special is that they come with a travel speaker and charging case, which works perfectly for activities like camping or hiking. For someone like me, this will be great when I’m in the kitchen and want to hear what’s going on in the background a bit more; I can always just turn the Bluetooth speaker on while charging my headphones for later use. You can expect the Syver this spring.
Wicked Audio Gnar
Finally, there’s the Wicked Audio Gnar, which is the more affordable truly wireless option by Wicked Audio. While there’s no set price as of yet, Wicked Audio is calling Gnar a “budget-friendly true wireless earbud that won’t break the bank.” Gnar will have ambient noise protection, allowing you to hear your surroundings, all while having great audio quality when listening to your music, movies, or podcasts. There’s an internal mic with full controls that allow you to play/pause, as well as answer or deny calls without even having to pull your phone out of your pocket. Gnar will also be available this spring.
If you’d like more information about any of these new Wicked Audio offerings, keep an eye on their site.