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Altec Lansing's DJ headphones pack a camera for livestreaming

The WiFi-equipped cans capture 1080p video at 30 fps.
Billy Steele
01.05.16 in Gadgetry
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We've seen a company pack a camera in headphones for DJs before, but unfortunately, those cans never shipped. At CES 2016, Altec Lansing is packing the feature inside its DVR DJ-style headphones. In addition to providing audio, the gadget can capture 1080p video at 30 fps. And thanks to built-in WiFi, you can livestream the footage to a projector screen or store it inside the cans for later use. There's 8GB of said space that's expandable up to 32GB with an SD card. With all of those bells and whistles, you'd expect battery life to take a hit. However, Altec Lansing says you can expect up to seven hours of power before needing to recharge when the $200 headphones go on sale next quarter.

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