Ever Wanted To Own A Pair Of Transparent Earbuds? Well, This New Startup Is Building One

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Ever wanted to own a pair of transparent earbuds? This new startup is building one.

Creating the unimaginable in technology is what makes tech so exciting. Taking what you didn’t think was possible and making it a reality. Earphones in particular have kept changing over the years from being bulky headphones to airpods and now OnePlus Co-Founder Carl Pei who recently revealed that he’ll be launching his first product from his new startup named Nothing which will be creating invisible earphones.

The idea behind his unique startup name is the fact that he looks to creating gadgets that will literally feel like nothing and because according to Pei technology all looks the same he wants to create something that will look different and to ensure that technology will be seamless in our lives.

Thomas Howard, the startup’s Vice Head of Design, added:

“A transparent outer shell seemed obvious—removing the superficial decisions that designers make about colour and branding. It frees us up to think about what’s really important, which is engineering.”

More like a Sci fi movie.

We mostly see such ideas in movies and at the same time if you’re imaginative enough you probably ask yourself if its possible to actually have flying cars and the power of invisibility in whatever capacity. With such innovations in 2030 we’ll be living in a progressive world where your phone might just be a small tiny device that can share holograms (this is all in my head).

Thomas Howard, the startup’s Vice Head of Design, added:

“A transparent outer shell seemed obvious—removing the superficial decisions that designers make about color and branding. It frees us up to think about what’s really important, which is the engineering.”

Pei didn’t say how much the Concept 1 will cost or reveal its specs. But his startup plans on developing hardware for many existing product categories. So you can expect more gadgets from Nothing to adopt a transparent shell. The company plans on introducing its first products this year.

What do you think of them?