Danish company Bang & Olufsen was at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week, where they showed off a number of new products including the BeoPlay H8 Bluetooth Headphones.
The headphones were designed for style and comfort with a mixture cowhide, lambskin and aluminum. In addition to its premium look and feel, the company also added features such as active noise cancellation, high-quality playback features and a custom metal touch interface, which allow the user to control their experience with gestures.
One of the most noteworthy features is the custom metal touch interface which allows the user to use gestures to control volume, skipping tracks and other functions. Users have the option to use the headset wired or wireless, the battery will deliver 30 hours of playback when using the active noise cancellation and plugged in, but you will only get a mere 14 hours of playback if using noise cancellation wire-free.
The company has not stated a specific date that we will see the premium bluetooth headphone out, but judging from the premium look and feel it will cost a pretty penny!