Optoma NuForce announced a new pair of truly wireless headphones today in the BE Free5. These truly wireless headphones "break the price barrier for premium, truly wireless headphones" according to Optoma NuForce. And that is because the BE Free5's are priced at just $99. That beats many of the other truly wireless headphones on the market right now like the Jaybird RUN, and the Zolo Liberty.
The BE Free5 are truly wireless earbuds which use graphene-coated 6mm dynamic drivers. By using graphene on the drivers, Optoma NuForce is able to deliver better sound quality, while keeping the earbuds pretty small, lightweight and keeping battery life up where it should be. Speaking of battery life, the BE Free5's get around four hours of continuous playback, and with the included charging case, you can get an additional 12 hours of battery life. Optoma NuForce didn't stop there though, it has added a fast charging feature, so you can charge for 15 minutes and get an hour of playback. That's good for those that need to quickly charge up before running to the gym with these. Optoma NuForce says that these headphones come with "Audiophile-quality sound", since it uses the latest AAC for both Apple and Android Oreo smartphones. This helps them provide better quality audio. Of course, the graphene drivers do also help here. The BE Free5's also have easy-to-use controls here, which has buttons on top of the earpieces so you can control the volume and such. There is support for personal assistants here like Apple's Siri and Google Assistant.
Optoma NuForce did include water resistance here, with a rating of IPX5, which is going to be good enough for the gym and handling sweat, but don't take these into the shower or the pool, as they cannot be submerged in water. The BE Free5's are pretty stealth looking, coming in all black, so you won't be showing off any logos, which is good for those that don't want to do that sort of thing. The BE Free5's are available on Amazon now for just $99, which is a pretty fantastic price for these earbuds, and you can grab them from the link below.