Whitelabel brings finger swipe tech to Bluetooth headphones
Whitelabel has released the RaveTouch Bluetooth Stereo Headphones, the latest addition to their line of wearable technology. Their Touch Control function is designed to recognize movement and allows you to control music playback functions by touching the headphones’ earpiece.
With RaveTouch’s new NFC Pairing (Near Field Communication), you can \pair supported smartphones with your headphones by simply touching them together. Optional Bluetooth functionality for up to 12 hours means the headphones can be used wirelessly or through a wired connection to your audio device.
Using the Touch Control on the left earpiece is simple. The perceptive function recognizes a tap on the earpiece using a single finger to pause music, a swipe up to turn up the volume and a swipe down to minimize sound. To skip to the next track, use two fingers to vertically swipe down or swipe up to play the previous track.
RaveTouch headphones feature voice recognition and automatic shut-off. Collapsible, they can be thrown in your bag for travel or when hitting the gym.
The RaveTouch headphones will be available in black or white in late December at Amazon for US$49.99. For more info go to http://www.whitelabel.co .