Sony takes the covers off yet more headphones at CES 2018

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At CES, Sony has announced a slew of new products with new TVs, phones and of course headphones. "Ready to jump into action when you are, the wireless noise cancelling WF-SP700N, WI-SP600N and standard WI-SP500 headphones will be every listener's favorite new work out buddy". However, what's notable is the company retroactively adding Assistant to its older headphones through an upcoming software update. We are talking about the WF-SP700N wireless headphones which are equipped with an advanced noise-canceling technology. The new range includes wireless earphones that offer noise cancellation, splash-proof design and the Google Assistant.

The totally wireless Sony WF-SP700N will come in a few different color option.

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Splash proof secure-fit design and portabilityWith an IPX4 rating all of these headphones are splash-proof and can be worn in the rain or sweat upon without being damaged.

These headphones run for three hours on a single charge, with a squircle storage case providing two additional top-ups. They're created to let in the ambient noise around you so you can still hear your music, but keep an ear out on what's happening around you.

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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.

While WF-SP700N model is truly wire-free, the WI-SP600N and WI-S500 models are the neck buds which are designed with stronger battery life. Water protection is rated at IP4X, meant to give enough protection for those sweaty workouts, but not more.

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