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Bowers & Wilkins launches its first fitness headphone

The new PI3 features a rubberized design with eight hours of battery life.
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Bowers & Wilkins PI3

Bowers & Wilkins introduces a new fitness headphone for the active audiophile, the PI3. The headphones feature a rubberized behind the neck design with earbuds that house a driver dedicated to mids and highs and a separate bass driver to handle lows. Battery life is rated at about 8 hours and there's a quick charge feature that can add two hours of battery life in just 15 minutes. The PI3s also feature proprietary Bluetooth coding, the latest aptX codec, and a powerful microphone for the best possible sound and phonecall quality. 


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