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Indiegogo Project: Introducing Touch – world’s smallest wireless earbud

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At a time when smartphones are getting bigger, accessories like earbuds are getting smaller. While the reduction size means a constant fear of losing the buds at times, we can’t deny the functionality and portability these gadgets offer.

Before anything, I would like to talk about a tech company. Diifa-Tech is a Washington DC based company which has made its name for making ‘World’s smallest earbud’ – Dot headset. This gadget first surfaced on Indiegogo and raised over $715,000. It was then delivered to the backers. And now, after a couple of years, the company is back at it again as it has confirmed that another Bluetooth headset will go online on Indiegogo, just like the Dot.

Touch earbud is a wireless Bluetooth enabled headset which, according to Crowdcreate, was designed from ‘over 2 years of user feedback and community input’. The Touch comes without any physical button and has a touch sensitive surface which works via single touch mechanism.touch earbud

The company behind Touch has kept fans under some suspension as it hasn’t given much information regarding its product. However, we do know that it has been updated with Bluetooth 4.2 and features a redesigned radio frequency module. The Touch will come in Apple’s Airpod’s like charging case.

Like Dot headset, Diifa-Tech has dubbed the Touch to be world’s smallest earbud. It is set to debut on Indiegogo on the 13th of June, next week. So, if you wish to back the project, log into touchbuds.com on the 13th this month. Also, tune into Gadgetbyte Nepal as we will be updating you about the Touch in the near future.

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Anuj Bhandari is currently working as a tech reviewer and content writer for gadgetbytenepal.com. He is an ardent follower of developments in the smartphone world and a devoted fan of Arsenal FC.