Australian T3 - - EDITOR'S LETTER -

The orig­i­nal Bragi The Dash was a bit of a rev­e­la­tion. Gone was the teth­er­ing of a con­ven­tional wire­less head­phone, and in its place sep­a­rate units for each ear. They also of­fered in­cred­i­ble sound via bal­anced speak­ers, pas­sive noise can­celling and up to six hours of play on the move. But Bragi just raised the game. Again. The newly re­leased Dash Pro takes things one step fur­ther. While the Dash was de­signed pri­mar­ily to en­able you to lis­ten to mu­sic, the Dash Pro head­phones are way smarter. Their killer fea­ture is the abil­ity to trans­late lan­guage in real time us­ing built-in iTrans­late. Let’s just make that clear – you can travel al­most any­where in the world (it sup­ports 40 dif­fer­ent lan­guages) and have a face-to-face con­ver­sa­tion with some­one with­out learn­ing a sin­gle word of their lo­cal tongue. Mind-blow­ing fea­tures aside, the Dash Pro also comes with auto-track­ing, so as soon as you start run­ning/swim­ming/ cy­cling, it’ll au­to­mat­i­cally track your work­outs with­out you hav­ing to do any­thing. Else­where, Bragi has made im­prove­ments to the au­dio bal­ance, for a more nat­u­ral sound; there’s a sim­pli­fied touch in­ter­face and it’s eas­ier to con­nect with your phone. You can even get the tips tai­lored to fit your lugs, for a bet­ter fit and sound. Price US$329.95 ($435) Avail­able Now URL

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