Presented at the IFA or Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin, one of the oldest industrial exhibitions in Germany, is BeoPlay's E8, the brand's latest wireless in-ear headphones offering.

Flaunting a sleek and sophisticated design, the headphones can deliver crisp music up to four hours in a single charge and also includes a special case where the headphones can be fully charged up to two times.

The headphones framed with an aluminum touch interface that is operated by gentle tapping is wirelessly connected to your phone or device, which allows you to leave the phone safely in your pocket. Start, stop and switching between songs or accepting calls are all achieved with ease via finger tips. With the right BeoPlay app for Android, iPhone and Apple Watch the listening experience can be tailored to your own desires.

Pricing for the BeoPlay E8 headphones is listed at $299 USD and will be available starting Thursday, October 12, 2017 in colors of black and charcoal, each with a matching case.

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