When it comes to headphones, they’re just meant to play audio into our ears. The main differences between headphones would be its audio quality. However, over the years, we’ve started to see more manufacturers introduce features to their headphones to help distinguish them from the competition.

In fact, that’s what Klipsch is doing with its brand new Klipsch T5 II True Wireless Earbuds which according to the company, leverages the use of artificial intelligence. So what does this mean? According to Klipsch, this means that the earbuds are powered by the Bragi operating system.

This OS will allow the earbuds to support features like hands-free gestures so you can control the headphones without using your hands. For example, you can nod your head to accept incoming calls, or shake your head to reject them or to skip tracks. It also features things like a “Noise Shield” that protects your ears from unexpected loud noises while using the earbuds in Transparency Mode, and more.

As for sound quality, Klipsch says that they have equipped the earbuds with Dirac HD Sound technology that will help enhance the overall sound from them. To top it off, there are features like active noise cancellation and wireless charging, just to name a few. If you’re keen, the Klipsch T5 II earbuds are priced at $299.

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