The Noveto "Invisible Headphones" Everyone Wants Will Never Arrive

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August 4, 2022

During CES 2022, we were enamored by a pair of “invisible headphones” called the Noveto N1. This device, which is really a speaker, directs a private stream of audio toward the listener’s ears. And shockingly, it actually works.

But you’ll never get a chance to try the Noveto N1. The company behind this product quietly died just a few months after CES. Check our top story to learn all the details.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY The Noveto “Invisible Headphones” Everyone Wants Will Never Arrive


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