LG showcase new TONE wearables at the CES 2017, as the electronics manufacturer has just announced two new additions to their TONE line up of Bluetooth wireless devices called the TONE Studio and the TONE Free.
LG TONE Studio
First up: LG TONE Studio features two full range speakers on the top and two two vibrating on the bottom. The setup enables users to experience surround sound experience when watching a movie, streaming music or simply playing a video game. They’ve been designed in collaboration with surround sound experts at DTS to bring a realistic theater-like sound for a cinematic experience.
The TONE Studio also features a Hi-Fi DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) that enhances sound quality by recreating audio content as accurately as possible, claims LG. Additionally, Dual Play functionality will let you connect two LG TONE Studio wearable speakers and share the sound from a movie or playlist.
LG TONE Free
The LG Tone Free earphones are LG’s first wireless earbuds that can be charged when stored inside the neckband. The neckband not only adds more battery time to the earphones on the go, but it also provides a safe place to keep the earphones when not in use. Furthermore, this Tone Free earphones also lets you answer and ignore a call hands free through voice command.
LG will also debut TONE Infinim featuring LG’s Metal Layer Speaker Technology for the clean, crisp sounds and TONE Ultra which is developed in collaboration with audio specialist JBL. No word yet on the price, availability and most importantly, what kind of battery life they’ve.
Just yesterday LG announced a floating Bluetooth speaker called the PJ9 Levitating Portable Speaker which can hover over its base. The base contains electromagnets required to levitate the speaker, which offers 360-degree sound and a 10h battery life.