Mojawa Introduces HaptiFit Terra: Bone Conduction Headphones With and AI Sports Coach Built In

Mojawa Introduces HaptiFit Terra: Bone Conduction Headphones With and AI Sports Coach Built In

At CES 2024, Mojawa, maker of bone conduction headphones, unveiled a new product built on the AI buzz: the HaptiFit Terra. This head-mounted AI Sports Trainer, showcased in an elegant Polar Night Black, combines haptic technology, bone conduction audio, and AI training in a sleek, comfortable design.

Priced at $199.99 for pre-sale and $299.99 for wide release in March 2024, the HaptiFit Terra promises to transform how athletes track, tune, and thrive in their fitness routines.

Key Features of HaptiFit Terra:

  • Bone Conduction Audio: Enjoy clear, dynamic sound through dual spring magnetically levitated brass, delivering music and motivational playlists directly via bone conduction.
  • Haptic Controls: Featuring 3D pressure-sensitive haptic controls, the device allows athletes to easily navigate through different functions, from adjusting volume to activating lights, with just a touch.
  • Sleek Design with Safety in Mind: The titanium alloy frame is not only lightweight and comfortable but also allows users to stay aware of their surroundings, offering safety and accurate sports tracking.
  • IP68 Dustproof and Waterproof: Perfect for any workout environment, whether it's a dusty trail, a busy road, or a swimming pool.
  • Integrated AI Sports Trainer: Elevates workouts into comprehensive training sessions with automatically generated exercise plans, providing real-time notifications like heart rate, pace, calories burned, and more.
  • Elegant, Illuminated Design: The adjustable and dynamic glow lights not only add a touch of elegance but also safety during low-light conditions.

Additionally, the HaptiFit Terra boasts a long-lasting battery life, with eight hours of usage and high-speed magnetic charging. It also offers 32GB of music storage, eliminating the need to carry a phone during workouts – a feature swimmers will particularly appreciate.

The companion app for iOS and Android further enhances the experience, allowing users to control their music, lighting, track their sports activities, and even engage in social interactions with friends, coaches, and trainers. This social feature, set to launch later in 2024, is poised to foster healthy competition among athletes.

I'll be interested to see if the HaptiFit Terra lives up to the press release hype. We've seen AI infused fitness products in the past and they've failed to gain traction, but as we all know AI has come a long way in the past year, so maybe now's the time.