Headphones Control Music with Swipes Instead of Buttons

These headphones let you control music playback and volume by swiping your finger along one of the earpieces.

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Hammacher Schlemmer

Hammacher Schlemmer is selling a pair of $150 Bluetooth headphones that connect wirelessly to your smartphone, tablet or Bluetooth-equipped music player and let you control music playback and volume by swiping your finger along one of the earpieces.

Swipe up or down to increase or decrease the volume; swipe left or right to jump between tracks. The headphones also sport a built-in microphone for hands-free calls and battery life is promised to be up to 10 hours of listening from a one-hour charge.

At $150, they’re not exactly cheap, and it’d be interesting to know whether the price reflects sound quality, touch technology or (hopefully) both.

The Finger Swipe Headphones [Hammacher Schlemmer]

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djquickflash
djquickflash

%s kind of hard to control the volume when i have both my arms raised and my eyes shut %s %s