Sony is launching into neckband speakers, in particular with the Sony SRN-NB10. The Japanese firm is committed to the well-being of people working from home.

Sony launches neck speaker for telecommuting

There you go, the neck speakers are back! Sony has just launched a new model for remote workers. This is the Sony SRN-NB10. It has been carefully designed to rest on the shoulders of the user and to follow him in his daily life.

Sony turns to teleworkers

After the launch of festive speakers and the Sony WF-1000XM4, the Japanese firm is launching a wireless neck speaker for teleworkers. As a reminder, the brand has already launched other neckband headphones, including the WI-SP510.

The Sony SRS-NB10 is different from the models already launched by the Japanese manufacturer. The neck speaker allows the teleworker to listen to music, participate in conference calls, make traveling easier and easier, etc. It sits on the shoulders and incorporates an upward-facing full-range speaker to direct sound to the ears.

According to the Japanese firm, the headphones make it possible to "hear every word clearly at low volume" and to be "heard always" thanks to Precise Voice Pickup technology. The accessory delivers crystal-clear voice quality, Sony adds.

A neck loudspeaker for working remotely

As we have already specified above, the loudspeaker of the Japanese firm is intended for people who work from home.

The accessory is fitted with a flexible rear band and weighs only 113 grams. So the user can wear it all day. It communicates in Bluetooth 5.1 and supports SBC and AAC codecs. It also has a multipoint connection.

For the battery, the Sony SRS-NB10 offers up to 20 hours of battery life. Note that it is compatible with fast charging. For charging, 10 minutes is more than enough to have 60 minutes of listening.

Note that the neck speaker is available for around 150 euros. It will not be available until August.

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