Here we've picked our five favorites across every style and category, but if you already know which
Panasonic takes to CES 2013 to announce a pair of headphones that use your cheekbones to transmit audio, freeing your ears to hear the outside world.
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AfterShokz refines and redesigns its innovative bone conduction headphones and drops the cord in the process of creating the Bluez Bluetooth headphones.
Google's upcoming Internet glasses will use vibrations to send sound, instead of traditional speakers, according to a filing with the FCC.
AfterShokz has a new, improved version of its headphones that use your cheek bones to transmit sound.
While it'll cost you a hefty $380, the Beats Studio Wireless is an excellent wireless Bluetooth headphone.
The AfterShokz Sportz M2 will appeal to people who want comfortable headphones that you don't have to wear in your ears. Just don't expect them to provide a great listening experience -- for music, anyway.
The AfterShokz Sports M2 will appeal to people who want a comfortable headphone that you don't have to wear in your ears. Just don't expect them to provide a great listening experience -- for music, anyway.
The JLab Epics may look a little cheap, but they offer a comfortable, secure fit, and sound richer than their design would indicate.
If you're looking for a $150-$250 on-ear headphone, the well-built V-Moda XS should be on your short list.
The Incase Sonic headphones are a standout first effort for Incase. Their elongated earcups and memory foam lend a supremely comfortable fit, and the powerful titanium drivers inside add sweetness to their sound that earns them a universal recommendation for all types of music fans.