LG is taking on Apple's Airpods with their Tone Free headset
LG has gone completely wireless with its new tone free headset, and they're going head to head with Apple's [UNKNOWN].
At first glance, they look a lot like LG's older tone models, but this time, they're completely independent.
The in-ear buds detach completely from the neck band, for a minimalistic look.
And since they pair on their own, they don't even need to be near the neck band to work.
The buds themselves have about three hours of talk time and then they can be charged in the neckband for an added 10 and then charged via traditional USB.
Or if you need even more battery you can purchase the carrying case accessory much like Apple's Air Pod.
When worn with the neck band they have much of the same functionally as their predecessors.
Alert of incoming calls via vibrations, and now you can take or reject an incoming call with voice command.
The tone free headset is set to launch in February and will be in stores by march.
For about $199.
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