Bang & Olufsen releases Beoplay EX in-ears

Bang & Olufsen has unveiled the Beoplay EX, the latest addition to its wearable audio portfolio and, the company claims, its most versatile true-wireless earphone to date. Differing most notably from previous B&O earphones in its shape, a new stem-based design has been adopted and the housing of the earphone placed inside the ear is smaller than ever before. Bang & Olufsen says the new shape creates space for a 9.2mm driver, the biggest ever used for a true-wireless device by the brand. The company says this results in a significant upgrade in the power without compromising on comfort. “Listening can last all day, as Beoplay EX has up to 20 hours of total playtime including charging in the case and six hours of playtime with ANC turned on”.

Each earphone has three microphones, beamforming technology and own voice functionality built in.

B&O says it’s stylish too: “From the mirror-like glass interface to the surrounding brushed aluminium ring, Beoplay EX creates a statement for the wearer whether they go for Black Anthracite, Gold Tone or Anthracite Oxygen”.

The Beoplay EX comes with a matching, pocket-sized brushed aluminium charging case including Silicone and Comply Foam tips and a USB-A-to-USB-C charging cable and features Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation. With Multipoint connectivity, the earphones can also connect to two devices at the same time, allowing wearers to listen to music from one and make calls with the other. The new model is also IP57-certified dust resistant and waterproof.

Available to buy now for £350, you can find out more about the Beoplay EX here.

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