Optoma Technology has unveiled the company's new wireless earbuds brand called the NuForce BE Free8. Optoma announced that the wireless earbuds are now available to purchase via Amazon's online marketplace for $149, though it seems the retail giant's global website has yet to add the audio device to its product listing. Optoma said its new wireless earbuds offer a mix of reliable wireless earphone and superior audio quality, with the audio product manufacturer incorporating a number of advanced audio coding and connection features to the NuForce BE Free8 including the aptX LL, NMFI and AAC.
Optoma also claims that users of its new wireless earphones will not likely experience a lag in sound connection since the product features both the AAC and aptX LL systems that are designed to connect to any mobile device and personal computers at a high fidelity. The earphones' drivers are also integrated with the NuForce Sonic coating, built with such a strong material which is the same coating used for refractory metals. The goal is to achieve a near perfect movement of the piston so that the transient response is fast and the distortion minimal. In addition to the fast response capability, the NuForce BE Free8 also addresses the issue of spotty connection that is mostly the problem with several wireless earphones. Thanks to the Near-Field Magnetic Induction technology or NMFI, Optoma's wireless earbuds are capable of keeping a robust Bluetooth connection between the pair of earbuds up to 33 feet of range.
In terms of longevity of use, the wireless earbuds can last up to four hours of continuous music and video playback, gaming and phone calls. Additionally, the product ships with a charging case that you can carry anywhere to juice up the earphones up to three times, which means you can use the earbuds for a total of 16 hours when traveling. Other features of the earbuds include a native CVC microphone that eliminates background noise when making a call as well as a dedicated button for waking up your personal assistant like Google Assistant and controlling music playback. The earphones also feature an IPX5 rating for water resistance.