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Soul Run Free Pro Bio Singapore Launch: World’s First AI Earphones

Brought to Singapore’s shores by distributor McBay, The Run Free Pro Bio is Soul Electronics’ latest fitness-oriented earphones. Its predecessor, the Run Free Pro, is the brand’s runner-specific device – the addition of the “Bio” monicker alludes to the onboard biomechanical sensors that provide gait analysis that aid in injury reduction and performance gains.

The Soul Run Free Pro Bio. Image: Ian Ling

While the analytics can be accessed via the gait analysis on the Soul Fit mobile application (free for Android and iOS), the Run Free Pro Bio provides realtime voice coaching that pipes over your workout playlist, telling you to correct everything from cadence to head angle. This is provided by the Beflex BiomechEngine, which uses artificial intelligence to monitor a wide variety of metrics without the need for additional sensors.

The Soul Run Free Pro Bio is rated for 11 hours of continuous runtime, is available with a variety of ear tips and earlocks

A few running-specific features help enhance your experience and improve your safety. The ear tips are shaped to better fit your auricle for more security during your high impact runs. An LED light and reflective strips on the cable increase visibility at night, great for nocturnal exercisers like myself.

The Soul Run Free Pro Bio in Passion Red and Power Grey. Image: Ian Ling

Available in Passion Red and Power Grey, the Soul Run Free Pro Bio is available at an MSRP of SGD 249.90. As part of a special partnership with Lazada for the launch of its official online store, coustomers can enjoy 20% off storewide between the 30th November to 2nd December 2018.

Ian Ling
Ian is the resident Tech Monkey and Head of Content at VR Zone. His training in Economics and Political Science is at the basis of his love for journalism and storytelling. A photographer by passion, and an audiophile by obsession, Ian is captivated by all forms of tech that makes enthusiasts tick.

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