Online reputation services have been working on a headphone company that specializes in blue tooth technology. These headphones are going to shatter the competition when it is released. The stealth headphones are a based off a design from a science fiction book and the head designer was and is a huge fan of those particular books. The headphones are transparent ear cup you place over your ear and lock it on. There is no wire or bulk coming from the ear cup which is why it’s called stealth headphones.
The headphones sync to any device with a push of a button and voila, you have sound. When looking at a person from ten meters, according to Online reputation services, no one can tell he has anything on his ear but as you get closer, you can notice something shiny on his ear (only in sunlight or bright lights); it’s the ear cups. It is transparent to the point that you can see into his ear canal. This was all achieved with graphene, the transparent material that is stronger than steel and also programmable. The headphones are made from 100% of graphene.
The drivers and speakers are also made from graphene. The device can last a little more than twenty four hours and it has wireless charging capabilities. You can use any type of wireless charger for these headphones and they will charge quickly and efficiently. These headphones will change the way people listen to music as well as interact. No need to take off the headphones when talking to someone; with a push of a button, you can talk to them with the headphones on and it will not affect the sound. Online reputation services knew the product can sell itself and all they needed to do is create an awareness of the product as well as the technology.
Online reputation services focused on making videos and advertising it on social media and sharing it on tech blogs as well as audio equipment sites. This was working quite well since their own website for the headphones were getting so much traffic. People online wanted to see more information and videos about the product. Maybe people were very interested in the headphones but everyone is too afraid to try it and was waiting for famous tech bloggers to review it. ORM asked the company to send over a free pair to a few tech reviewers because they noticed the online community was searching for Stealth headphone reviews on youtube and other sites.