Sony Teasing A New Wearable That Delivers Music Wirelessly

Sony Wearable N

Leave it to Sony to deliver innovation in technology. After debuting a whole line of concept devices for lifestyle at MWC 2016, Sony is back to tease another new wearable that looks to deliver music without the need of earphones/headphones.

The device, Codenamed “N”, looks to be a device that wraps around the back of your neck to deliver music wirelessly. While the teaser doesn’t give details on how the device actually works, more information will probably be given by Sony during SXSW Interactive Festival on March 12.

The prototype music device is the result of Sony’s Future Lab Program, a research and development initiative, that aims to create product and devices with simultaneous feedback from users during development.

Source; Sony (Via YouTube)

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