Skullcandy Puts Tile Tracking in its new True Wireless Earbuds
Skullcandy launched four new affordable true wireless Bluetooth earbuds today. All four models have Tile tracking technology to help find them if they are lost. Uniquely, each bud in the pair can be located individually using Tile, and they can be located both in and out of the charging case. Tile tracking works locally using Bluetooth, but also globally using the Community Find feature, whereby the phones of other Tile users can anonymously help find your lost item anywhere in the world. All of the new models offer at least IP55 water, sweat, and dust resistance. They range in price from $60-$100. The cheapest is the Sesh Evo. For $60, they offer a compact bud-style form factor, 24 hours of total battery life (6 for the buds alone), three equalizer modes, and the ability to use either bud on its own. The Indy Evo offers 30 hours of total battery life (6 for the buds alone) in a stick-style form factor (like AirPods) for $80. The Indy Fuel is the Indy Evo with a wireless charging case, for $100. The Push Ultra is the sport model, with IP67 sweat and rain protection, moldable ear hooks, 40 hours of total battery life, and a wireless charging case. They are also $100. All four models are available now from the Skullcandy web site.
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