Streamz is debuting WiFi-enabled headphones at CES.
The company says the headphones stream online music without a smartphone.
Streamz includes a 1.6 GHz quad-core Android processor, HD music player, voice control and a color display. The headphones play Google Chromecast music, news and other online streaming services including iHeartRadio, Pandora, Spotify and others.
“Music lovers, sports personnel, commuters and audiophiles just want to listen to their music without having to mess with their smartphone, apps, cables and Bluetooth pairing,” states company Founder Doug Kihm.
The company says Software updates will keep the headphones up-to-date; the WiFi has a range of 100 meters.
Users can play music on Streamz including with its color display, via voice commands, with an Android Wear smartwatch or using the included iOS or Android Streamz App. Available at retailers in March, the anticipated list price is just under $400.