Sony will bring Google Assistant to all these old headphones and earbuds

Sony will bring Google Assistant to all these old headphones and earbuds

Sony will bring Google Assistant to all these old headphones and earbuds

Sony announced a bunch of new headphones at CES 2018, including a pair of truly wireless in-ears that will eventually get support for Google Assistant.

The WF-SP700N is wire-free, while the WI-SP600N and WI-SP500 feature neckband designs and stronger battery life. The WF-SP700N and WI-SP600N earphones though will be Google Assistant enabled via a software update that will be delivered after they're released.

The SP700N earbuds will come with a three hour battery life and are charged with a compact charging case which can charge the earbuds twice offering a total of 9 hours of use in between charges. In addition to great sound, the world's first truly wireless splash-proof WF-SP700N headphones combine two features great for working out: digital noise cancelling technology and a splash-proof design.

Sony's two latest headphones under the 1000X range offers a lot, with the priority on the active noise cancellation. Settings allow for all noise to be blocked, while an Ambient Mode lets you continue to hear surrounding sounds.

Next up, Sony introduced the WI-SP600N neckbuds that looks somewhat similar to the Google Pixel buds.

Sony’s WI-SP600N neckbuds feature noise cancellation and IPX4 sweat and water resistance
Sony’s WI-SP600N neckbuds feature noise cancellation and IPX4 sweat and water resistance

Both headphones feature the Google Assistant and will be launching this spring.

The WF-SP700N provides users freedom to move without getting caught up in wires, and will even be optimized for the Google Assistant with a future update. They will be available in the same four colors for $149.99.

Flagship WF-SP700N will sell for $179.99.

With IPX4 rating, the headphones are good enough to protect themselves from those sweaty workouts.

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