For the past few years, most wireless headphone manufacturers have focused on suppressing as much outside noise as possible with active noise canceling. Sony, on the other hand, went completely in the opposite direction with their new product, LinkBuds. Their unusual body, made from recycled automotive plastics, features an open-loop design that deliberately allows ambient sounds for a more natural listening experience. Most of the headset’s electronics are housed in a second domed design held by the ring-shaped backer. Thanks to the Precise Voice Pickup technology used, it provides the best-in-class phone call quality. Their unique design allows you to make touch controls by touching your skin close to your ears. Offering about 5.5 hours of battery life with a single charge, LinkBuds has extended this time to 17.5 hours with its charging box. IPX4 certified (Water splashes coming from any angle do not damage the device.), waterproofing and voice assistant compatibility are among its other features. If you want to know more about Sony LinkBuds, click here.