One of the selling points of true wireless earbuds is not necessarily their sound, but their portability. Due to their size and lack of wires and connecting cables, it makes it easy to toss into a bag and you can wear them out without standing out in a crowd. However, if you wished that these earbuds offered up more functionality, you might be in luck.

This is because Klipsch has recently taken the wraps off their latest pair of true wireless earbuds dubbed the T10. This is actually not Klipsch’s first foray into the true wireless earbuds space, where back in 2019, the company launched the T5. However, with the T10s, they will be introducing new features that might be worth taking a look at.

This comes in the form of AI, which unfortunately the company has not detailed, and there will also be support for gesture controls and also active noise-cancellation. They will also be considerably smaller compared to most other true wireless earbuds, so if you truly value size, then this might be the pair for you.

Unfortunately, all these new features and size do come at a price. The Klipsch T10s will be priced at a whopping $649 making it way more expensive than the majority of true wireless earbuds in the market today. They will be launching in the fall of 2020 so hopefully we’ll have more details then which may help to justify its asking price.

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