Unlike other typical earphones, the Founder of FreeWavz is an ear specialist and has designed a headphone to stay in the ear, no matter what activity you’re doing. The earphones are also sweat and water resistant. FreeWavz wants to be part of (almost) any activity you wish to tackle. The battery keeps the device going for 6-8 hours and recharges in an hour or so.
But how does it perform? I had the chance to demo the phone for a week after this event in order to give an accurate review and I’ll say that it’s a nice, sturdy piece of hardware in your hand and in your pocket. It’s not too big like some of these MEGA phablets on the market but feels ruggedly solid, probably won’t need to get an additional outer case like you normally might with other smartphone selections.
Technology brought the world smartphones, smartwatches, smartglasses, and other “smart” technology. Smart-homes has been around since the 80s, but the ones who can afford it were the tech-savvy elite. Smart-homes are only becoming a more affordable and possible technology many people. ALYT looks to be the affordable option for the everyday user.
Today, there are many companies competing for innovation in the field of wearable tech. Smartphones, tablets, and computers have advanced rapidly, but it looks like the future lies in wearable smart devices. Not only can wearable technology make our lives easier, but it can also help to make the lives of many with illnesses or disabilities more comfortable and productive. Let’s take a look at a few of the most anticipated smart devices changing the way we use technology.