A German-based start-up Lofelt has launched its year-old kickstarter project called Basslet- a wearable subwoofer for your body, at the CES in Las Vegas.
The watch-like device connects with a smartphone and vibrates to deliver the beats and baselines of music directly which otherwise cannot be experienced by the headphones alone.
The Basslet comes packed with a ‘LoSound Engine’ which has been designed to recreate bass frequency down to 10Hz. The engine provides a bass-optimised frequency response and large dynamic range to handle low end peaks with accuracy.
It is powered by a built-in battery that is claimed to get charged in less than an hour and lasts up to 6 hours.
The device can only be used or pair with a single device, which means, this is only for personal experience.
Basslet is currently available for pre-order, and will go on sale on February 7 at Amazon and Lofelt website at a price of $199 (approx. Rs 13,500)....