The Flow over-ear headphones feature digital noise-canceling technology (up to 30dB ambient suppression) with ambient awareness, Bluetooth 4.2, and up to 20 hours’ playback, according to the company. AAC and AptX codec support are included.
The plush, lightweight and articulated design is meant to afford extended listening comfort and can fold flat or compact for storage when on the move. For a personal touch, interchangeable deco-rings are easily swapped to customize the Flow to suit the user’s mood or style. Suggested retail is $279.
The Trek in-ear headphones, meanwhile, complement the Flow with a compact in-ear design featuring similar digital noise-canceling performance with ambient awareness, 12mm dynamic audio drivers, up to 13 hours’ playback and an in-line microphone.
Interchangeable Freebit wing tips and ear tips let users dial-in the fit for long-term comfort. Suggested retail is $149. They are currently available.
For wireless audio, Cleer is launching the Edge Voice in-ear Bluetooth headphones with heart-rate monitoring capability and Alexa Voice Service. Shockproof and IPX5 water-resistant, the Edge Voice’s ear-loop design and supplied silicone ear tips are designed to enable a secure fit.
Other features include six hours playback with quick-charge capability, Bluetooth 4.2, built-in heart-rate monitoring capability, and interactive voice prompts.
Inside, a Qualcomm CSR8670 chipset in concert with Sensory TrulyHandsfree Voice Control technology affords robust Bluetooth audio performance, voice control and communications capability, said Cleer.
Available now, the Edge Voice is priced at $149.
Also featuring built-in Alexa Voice Service are the Ally – True Wireless headphones from Cleer. Features include Bluetooth 4.2, four hours of playback and IPX5 water-resistant design.
If an earpiece is removed, playback will automatically pause; if users wear only one earpiece, the audio will switch from stereo to mono for best performance.
The Ally – True Wireless come with a charging carry case that can reportedly deliver up to an additional 10 hours of playback. They are currently available for $129.
Finally, the All-In-One VR headset from Cleer is designed to provide an immersive and stand-alone VR experience. Built upon a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, it features a 2.5k Quad HD AMOLED display, lithium battery with quick-charge for up to three hours’ playback and integrated headphones. It doesn’t require a mobile phone, PC or console to operate.
Other details include an intuitive touch pad for control via the swipe of a finger or the Bluetooth VR controller, accessing and engaging with such virtual content as Steam games and 360-degree video content from Jaunt, LittlStar and others.
The headset also comes supplied with an adjustable head strap and replaceable foam inserts.
It’s currently available for $349.