Vinci Smart Headphones with artificial intelligence, Alexa enabled, Wireless, 16G storage, Directly Stream from Spotify, Soundcloud, Amazon Music

October 11, 2017 - Comment

Introducing Vinci, Headphones Reinvented. Vinci is a standalone device with a powerful dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor, 16 GB of storage, 1G D-Ram, accelerometer, gyrometer, proximity sensor, optical heart rate sensor, GPS, and compass to deliver impressive personalization. Vinci connects to internet via WiFi or 3G. When there’s no internet available, Vinci also works in offline

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Introducing Vinci, Headphones Reinvented. Vinci is a standalone device with a powerful dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor, 16 GB of storage, 1G D-Ram, accelerometer, gyrometer, proximity sensor, optical heart rate sensor, GPS, and compass to deliver impressive personalization. Vinci connects to internet via WiFi or 3G. When there’s no internet available, Vinci also works in offline mode. Vinci supports standard Bluetooth 4.0 connection to your smartphones (iOS and Android) and computers, for music and calls. Vinci also syncs data with your phone via Bluetooth BLE. Vinci also supports 3.5mm audio jack, and can be used as traditional headphones for phones, computers, or any other music players. Screen Size: 3.2 inches (480X360 dots). Supported audio format: MP3, AAC, AMR, ALAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF. Frequency Response: 20-20kHz. Acoustic Distortion:

Comments

Hunter says:

Not Working as advertised Not worth the money. I waited for this a long to come out, to be honest headphones look great and feel nice, well packaged. However that is were it stops I have spent several hours trying to connect it anything apart from my Wifi connection, there are no instruction how to connect or find devices just simply steps and commands and non work, does not do anything seems to be connected to my Amazon and Alexa and does not play my music from Library. Does not play any radio stations via wifi . The only thing i managed to do is get it to play music via bluetooth on certain apps. Sounds nice, and has a funky digital screen. But I want to use it for what is says. The voice recognition is not great either does not even work when calling it takes me 10 times before it responds. There is also a cross over between Alexa and Vinci, which is annoying but it seems Alexa is control even when calling Vinci. The adverts are nothing like what it really is. 

LKiss89 says:

I want to say the price is worth it as it is a real smart headphone, I used it 6 times already and … First before i purchased this i did my research on how to used it so when i made my order i already have idea on how to used it. I want to say the price is worth it as it is a real smart headphone, I used it 6 times already and i can say i really like it i tried different kinds of wireless headset so i know what is good and what is not so far this is the most good smart headset that i tried. The quality of the sound is really good it fits well on my head theres no hassle when you used it because you can still used it without your phone. It allows you to voice control your music, call, everything if choosing manually is inconvenient . It looks very elegant and the packaging is impressive. It also syncs data with your phone via Bluetooth BLE. What make this stands among the other smart headset is this device has a powerful dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor, 16 GB of storage, 1G D-Ram, accelerometer, gyrometer, proximity sensor, optical heart rate sensor, GPS, and compass very impressive.

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