These futuristic TWS headphones have the most impressive feature that no other headphones have…

Cyberpunk appeal aside, Angry Miao’s CYBERBLADE TWS headphones are pretty impressive as audio devices overall…but one feature stands out as perhaps the brightest brainwave ever. The headphones are placed in a box which is itself a control device for your audio. Rather than just being a boring plastic cover that charges your buds, CYBERBLADE’s charging case is shaped like a big volume button, and it also functions as one. With a rotating dial for a lid (which you can also press like a button), the CYBERBLADE completely enhances the TWS experience, showing that great ideas and great execution can really propel a seemingly mundane product forward.

Designer: Angry Miao Design

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Founded in 2019, Angry Miao has earned a reputation for making incredibly state-of-the-art mechanical keyboards, including one of most awesome ergonomic split keyboards we have never seen. With the CYBERBLADE, the company shows that it has plenty of brilliant ideas for innovative products. The CYBERBLADE is a pair of TWS headphones designed for everyday life and gaming, with a unique triple SoC design that reduces latency and delivers pristine audio clarity. It also helps that the headphones and case look really doped up, with an eye-catching metallic finish and a geometric design that ties in well with the Cyberpunk theme that everyone is a fan of these days (gamers especially ).

Designed as a desktop TWS audio solution, the CYBERBLADE delivers incredibly low latency (36ms) in its small package in ASE (Active Sound Enhancement) mode. The wireless headphones sit in their tabletop case, which doubles as a volume control interface mode switch. The headphones themselves look absolutely state-of-the-art, with a design that Angry Miao says was inspired by Horizon Zero Dawn’s Focus. They’re triangular in shape, with a single LED strip cutting through the center, giving the headphones a distinct aesthetic that you can appreciate in light or dark. Multiple silicone and memory foam ear tip options ensure a perfect fit for a wide range of users, and the RGB lighting on the ear cups and charging case/docking station are both customizable , which makes the CYBERBLADE a paradise for gamers!

The CYBERBLADE is one of the first and only earbuds to ship with three separate SoCs – one for each earbud and one in the case. Together they handle streaming audio, giving CYBERBLADE its incredibly low 36ms latency that makes it perfect for gaming and even casual music production (with 3 booster modes designed for different scenarios). It helps that the CYBERBLADE also has its own independent DSP (digital signal processor) and runs on Bluetooth 5.2 for a seamless, stutter-free connection. The headphones also come with Hybrid ANC and AI-enabled ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation), giving you up to 35dB of noise cancellation to drown out the sounds around you for immersive gaming/listening. There’s even a transparency mode for when you want to listen to the world around you, powered by an array of 6 microphones inside the earcups that work in tandem.

Now that we’ve eliminated the TWS headphones, let’s focus on what’s easily CYBERBLADE’s piece de resistance, the case and docking station. Designed to sit on your table as an audio control interface, the CYBERBLADE’s charging case/dock also doubles as a massive touch-sensitive volume control knob with programmable click function. This is perhaps a major departure from the design of TWS earphone cases, as most cases have no functionality beyond charging. Given that it sits on your desk instead of being perpetually in your pocket, Angry Miao made the rather smart decision to turn the dock/case into something much more capable on its own. The case, a cylindrical puck, sits in an angled docking station that lets you connect your CYBERBLADE to a power source or device via USB-C. A huge knurled knob on the housing rotates 360° to give you precise audio control, and the knob can also be pressed, functioning as its own independent interface for audio control.

The CYBERBLADE has been calibrated for a variety of use cases beyond desktop gaming. Sure, it works pretty spectacularly with the desktop, but it doesn’t stop there. The TWS headphones also support a whole host of other devices including the Switch, Steam Deck, iPad, Smart TV, and can even connect directly to your PS4 and PS5 via USB to act as their primary audio output. Even beyond gaming, the CYBERBLADE performs quite well for movie playback (with Angry Miao’s exclusive Spatial Audio feature) and music playback, thanks to studio-grade EQ settings, DRC and AGC algorithms. and audio tuning by music industry veterans. Hip hop fan? There’s also an upcoming Hip-Hop Booster mode developed in collaboration with hip-hop artist Rich Brian that will be available soon via a future OTA update.

The headphones start at $299 (discounted for early risers) and come with the charging case, docking station, USB-C cable, and multiple memory foam and liquid silicone tips for a customizable comfort. There’s even a built-in app to switch between features, customize RGB lighting, select your own equalizer, and check battery levels. The CYBERBLADE offers up to 6 hours of playtime with ANC and RGB lighting enabled in Bluetooth mode…expandable up to 24 hours when combined with the charging case.

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