Sony has announced the release of two new headphone models that feature the company’s digital sound equipment engine. The WH-CH720N model boasts Sony’s dual noise sensor technology and integrated V1 chip that combine to provide an enhanced noise canceling experience. The over-ear, wireless headphones are lightweight and provide roughly 35 hours of battery life. The WH-CH520 are on-ear headphones that provide a wireless experience with maximum comfort and 50 hours of battery life. The two new headphone products from Sony will be available this spring and will cost $149.99 and $59.99, respectively.
In other news from Sony, the electronics company has added a new model to its G Master full-frame lens lineup. The 50mm F1.4 G Master is an e-mount model that pacts a prime lens into a compact and lightweight design. The new lens boasts first-class image quality, high-resolution and naturally rendered bokeh that makes it perfect for shooting portraits, landscapes and weddings. It also features two extreme aspherical elements that help correct field curvature and most types of aberration, as well as an extra-low dispersion glass element to suppress chromatic aberration. The camera body costs $1299.99 and will be available in May.
Lastly, OtterBox has released a new case in its MagSafe lineup, called the OtterGrip Symmetry Series. The new case features a built-in grip that lays flat when it isn’t being used and is capable of a 360-degree rotation that makes it comfortable in any orientation. The OtterGrip comes in multiple colorways and can be purchased with tons of accessories, including OtterBox wallets, a 3-in-1 Charging Station and wireless power banks.
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