IFROGZ launched a new series of wireless audio products earlier this week, ranging from a wearable receiver designed to turn any wired audio device equipped with a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack into a wireless one to a handful of new earbuds arriving in different colors. The OEM continues its tradition of offering affordable solutions and every one of these latest devices carries a price lower than $50. Specifically, the new lineup includes the Sound Hub Sync wireless receiver along with five new wireless headphones – the Sound Hub XD2, Sound Hub Tone, and the Hub Plugz, as well as the Free Rein 2 and Flex Force 2 neckband.
The Sound Hub Sync comes with its own pair of earbuds which connect to the wireless receiver itself via a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack. The receiver is equipped with a battery that should deliver up to 8 hours of usage, according to the manufacturer, while the earbuds feature 8-millimeter drivers, removable fins and tips, and provide IPX-2 water/seat resistance. The Sound Hub Sync is available for 49.99. Next in line, in terms of pricing, is the Sound Hub XD2 featuring three equalizer settings, 6-millimeter dual neodymium drivers for each earbud, and a wireless receiver similar to the Hub Sync (but hardwired), providing up to 8 hours of battery life. The Sound XD2 can be acquired in black, white, or navy colors.
The Sound lineup includes two additional models, each carrying a price of $29.99. There’s the Sound Hub Tone equipped with 12-millimeter neodymium drivers and a battery providing up to 8 hours of usage, and the Sound Hub Plugz equipped with 8-millimeter neodymium drivers and 2 hours’ worth of battery life. Both models feature removable fins and are available in two-tone color choices.
Beyond the Sound series, IFROGZ also launched the Flex Force 2 wireless neckband earbuds for $29.99 as a sequel to last year’s model, featuring a built-in microphone with noise cancellation, 8-millimeter neodymium drivers and up to 8 hours of battery life. Finally, the Free Rein 2 earbuds are available for $19.99 and offer 8-millimeter drivers along with up to 6 hours of battery life. Similar to the Sound Hub Sync, both the Flex Force 2 and Free Rein 2 features an IPX-2 rating for water resistance, making them more suited for workouts and physical activities. The latest models are available for purchase online from the OEM’s official website and through select US retail partners.