The HP company joins the experimenters who placed the display on the case of TWS headphones. The manufacturer added this to the case of the Poly Voyager Free 60 Plus model. Interestingly, the headset is positioned as an enterprise solution, not a model for geeks.
The small OLED touchscreen display allows you to control music playback and volume, change settings, answer and end calls, see how much battery power is left, and more.
Among other things, the headphones support multipoint connection, adaptive noise cancellation in both directions, AptX, and control gestures. They are also protected against moisture according to the IP54 standard.
Among the additional points of interest, the headphones come with a separate USB receiver for working with systems without Bluetooth support, and there is also a 3.5-to-USB-C adapter for using the headphones, for example, in airplanes.
With the ANC system, the headphones themselves should last about eight hours. The case can be charged both via USB-C and at induction stations of the Qi standard.
For those users who aren’t so keen on that functionality, there’s also the regular Voyager Free 60. It’ll cost $299 and should hit store shelves in March. How much you have to pay extra for the display on the case is currently unknown.