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Sony’s list of load-shedding-ready devices, WH-1000XM5 and more

There’s load shedding and there are brands such as Sony which seem to be coming up with creative solutions for users, in an effort to create functional entertainment past the dreaded power outage.


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Sony WH-1000XM5

First on the list of devices that could entertain users during a power outage is the podcast and music-ready Sony WH-1000XM5 noise-canceling headphones.

Taking 3.5 hours for a full charge is a bit much, but the classic WH-1000XM5 delivers Sony’s infamous quality sound.

Waiting three hours for fully charged headphones may seem a bit extreme, but Sony says these WH-1000XM5 headphones will get you three hours of music playback on a three-minute charge. Now that’s thinking ahead.

Fully charged they could last users up to 30 hours of music playback, but that’s not all as these WH-1000XM5 headphones also feature adaptive sound control, which means the headsets learn your behavior and places you love to visit and adjusts your listening experience accordingly.

Next up is the Sony SRS-XV900 portable speaker

Portable speakers have come a long way since the 2000s when they were tweaked and introduced to the market as speakers which did not need cables but used Bluetooth instead.

Today, the speakers come ready for any smartphone and Sony’s SRS-XV900 speaker delivers just that with 25 hours of playback on a single charge.

The plug-and-play ready-for-karaoke speaker seems ready to entertain but also plays past an unplanned power outage.

Sony WH-CH720 Wireless headphones

Sony’s WH-CH720 wireless headphones are also jam-packed with quality output and ready to outlast any power outage.

The Sony WH-CH720 headphones also provide noise canceling technology which comes with dual noise sensor tech, which simply means more silence, when wearing them.

Providing up to 35 hours on a single charge, with a probable 50 hours with the noise canceling feature turned off, the 192g headphones come comfortably designed to keep users bobbing their heads through outages.

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