Sports manufacturer Adidas has introduced a new wireless headphone. The RPT-02 Sol can last up to 80 hours on a single charge and uses built-in photocells that allow the battery to charge in both natural and artificial light. The cost of the headphones is 229 euros.
You are using a headset Powerfoyle Technology From the Swedish company Exeger. This is a photovoltaic paper that can be applied to all types of surfaces and can generate energy from both natural light and artificial light. built-in battery RPT-02 Sol It can last 80 hours on a single charge. It takes two hours to fully charge it. However, when the headphones are exposed to light, thus charging the battery, the headphones’ playback time is nearly infinite, according to Adidas.
The RPT-02 Sol has 45mm drivers, built-in microphone, Bluetooth 5.2, various physical buttons for volume control, and a USB-C connection. The wireless headphones weigh 256 grams and have an IPX4 rating. This means that it must be able to withstand water spray. The headphones are made partly from recycled plastic and nylon. The RPT-02 Sol should cost €229 and will be available from August 23.
Adidas is not the first manufacturer to test this technology. JBL was used in 2019 with the extension Reflect Eternal . Headphones same foil. If the user has been walking for 2.4 hours in an outdoor environment, the Reflect Enternal charging would not be necessary, but for this claim, JBL assumed a light intensity of 50,000 lux. Adidas does not mention the brightness.