• You can hear from Lindén in Earin's pitch video below.
  • Earin and Kanoa, respectively, showed off pairs of wireless earbuds with impressive sound quality for such little things.
  • The Earin wireless earphones are similar in size to your typical in ear-headphones, but without the wires.
  • Dubbed the 'world's smallest wireless earbuds' Earin will begin shipping to Kickstarter funders in January 2015

Earin - True Wireless Earbuds. Comes with charging case and magnetic storage box

$97.45

The most egregious is also the first thing I noticed about the Earin earbuds. When you snap them into the cylindrical carrying case, a tiny red light signals that the earbuds are charging. That light operates in a binary manner — it only turns on or off. It can’t change colors, and it can’t blink or pulsate. When your earbuds are fully charged, the light turns off.

The most egregious is also the first thing I noticed about the Earin earbuds. When you snap them into the cylindrical carrying case, a tiny red light signals that the earbuds are charging. That light operates in a binary manner — it only turns on or off. It can’t change colors, and it can’t blink or pulsate. When your earbuds are fully charged, the light turns off.

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Earin: The World's Smallest Wireless Earbuds! - YouTube

At CES 2016 I got the pleasure of checking out two pairs of truly wireless Bluetooth earbuds that make a compelling case for cutting the cord. The Earin headphones have an MSRP of $250 (and can currently only be found for $300) and the Kanoa in-ear buds ship in April and will sell for $300, though right now you can pick up a pair for only $150 on .