Aipower is going to CES 2020, bringing its innovative Wearbuds and more
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Aipower launched the Wearbuds earlier this year, as the first fitness band to house a pair of TWS earbuds. This innovative idea removes the necessity to carry a charging case for these accessories around. It raised an estimated US$910,000 on Kickstarter and Indiegogo, and are currently available for pre-order on their maker's website.
The Wearbuds' band has custom-designed silos to accomodate them, while also featuring a handy screen that displays information such as a step count, heart rate, sleep-tracking data and notifications. The 'buds' part of this product also has Bluetooth 5.0 and an audio chipset from Qualcomm. The entire handy product, therefore, is a kind of variation on others like Huawei's TalkBand, and may also help manage the risk of earbud loss.
They are also to be a part of CES 2020, which will also mark the first year Aipower will take part in this expo. The Wearbuds will be accompanied by new releases from this company, including its first smartwatch, the W-10 Sport Watch.
Aipower has not yet revealed this wearable in terms of looks; however, it has stated that the W-10 has heart rate, blood oxygen and blood pressure monitors, will support GPS/GLONASS and is waterproof for up to 5ATM of depth pressure.
Furthermore, the company will unveil the Korona smart lamp, which will integrate motion-sensing night light functions, and the Spark Smart Car Charger, a Bluetooth-enabled accessory which will also integrate the Amazon Alexa smart assistant. These Aipower products will be on show at South Hall 4 Booth No.35465, Las Vegas Conference Center, from January 7 to 10, 2020.