From headphones that use your cheekbones to deliver audio to those with HD sound, this year's CES features pairs to fit every need and style.
Panasonic RP-BTGS10: bone-conduction headphones
Panasonic introduced the RP-BTGS10 wireless headphones, which use your cheekbones to deliver audio straight to your head. It will be available in a variety of colors this fall for an undisclosed price.
Ghost Bee headphones can connect to any Bluetooth-enabled device to support stereo music playback or hands-free communication. The headphones' unique hi-fi dock can be plugged into a home stereo system. This lets users stream music to the headphones, then stop and plug them into the dock and continue listening on larger speakers.
Ghost Bee headphones are slated for release February 15 and will cost $179.
Priced around $120, the iSport Intensity is the first Monster in-ear headphone to use a new earpipe design for allowing users to hear some ambient noise while sealing in 100 percent of the audio. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees promoted the headphones at Monster's CES event.
Voxx is promising studio-quality headphones at a reasonable price with the 808 brand headphones. These full-size over-the-ear headphones feature powerful 40mm drivers, a foldable design for easy storage, and come with multiple detachable cords and a protective travel case.
In three styles including black matte, black high gloss, and white high gloss, the headphones will be available this month for $99.99.
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