Anker’s solution to the wireless connectivity problem includes a specially designed LDS antenna (the tech is commonly found in space satellites and drones), and the latest Bluetooth 5.0 wireless standard. Combined, the two components will help the Zolo Liberty+ earbuds to deliver a solid wireless connection within a 10-meter range (33 feet).
Acoustically, the Zolo Liberty+ wireless earbuds will feature graphene-coated dynamic audio drivers. Graphene is a material that’s lighter, yet more rigid than stainless steel — it will enable the earbuds to deliver crisp sound in all parts of the wireless spectrum by delivering more precise divers oscillation.
Anker promises that the Liberty+ earbuds deliver up to 3.5 hours of wireless tunes before running out of battery. The charging case, with its built-in battery, will bring up to a whopping 48 hours of battery life.
The Liberty+ wireless earbuds will ship with liquid-silicone ear tips for superior fit. Hydrophobic coating, on the other hand, ensures that you can work out the them. The battery case on the other hand, is waterproof.
The Zolo Liberty+ earbuds will cost $149 when they begin shipping this fall. Kickstarter backers, however, can currently secure a pair for nearly half the manufacturer’s MSRP via Kickstarter.