Libratone Launches On-Ear and In-Ear USB-C Wireless Headphones

With Apple iPhone X and Google Pixel 2 being the norm of the era, 3.5mm headphone jacks are expected to eventually fade off from the world.

While they may not do so immediately, owners of the Pixel 2 should switch their headphones. Libratone has launched two different headphones, the Q Adapt in-ear and the Q Adapt on-ear models. These models come with Made for Google certification and will seamlessly work on the new Pixel phones.

A not-so surprising addition is that the in-ear model has USB Type-C cable making it easy to use them with iPhone 8, iPhone X or the Google Pixel 2 phone. This is probably the first of its kind to have such a cable.

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The Q Adapt on-ear is a Bluetooth headphone from Libratone which comes with noise cancellation feature. Making use of the CityMix feature, users can tune the level of noise cancellation based on the environment. The pair of cans offer 20 hours of playback when fully charged and will automatically pause music when the user takes them off from their ears.

The Q Adapt on-ear costs £219 and the Q Adapt in-ear is priced cheaper at £129. The products are available in Stormy Black and Cloudy White color variants, set for launch in Europe this November.

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