Sony released an ear-mounted wireless stereo headset called Float Run, designed for sports scenes such as running, priced at 20,000 yen (currently about 1042 RMB).
Float Run is an over-ear earphone that does not put pressure on the ears and is not easy to fatigue when worn for a long time. The headset adjusts the center of gravity by placing components such as the battery and the motherboard behind the ear, allowing it to be worn stably even during strenuous exercise.
In terms of sound quality, Float Run uses a large-caliber dynamic driver unit with a diameter of 16mm and supports stereo audio, SBC and AAC decoding. In addition, the headset weighs only about 33g, supports IPX4 sweat resistance, can play music continuously for up to 10 hours, charges for about 10 minutes, and plays for about 60 minutes.
Sony Float Run will be released in Japan on February 3, with a tax-included price of 20,000 yen (currently about 1,042 RMB).