This has got to be heresy, blasphemy, treason or something. How dare they? How dare they use the -Pod suffix on a device that doesn’t even have anything to do with playing music whatsoever. Instead, the AirPod from Blue Air is little more than a stylized air purifier. Sure, it may be more “useful”, so to speak, to rid the air of “all the bacteria, pit stink, and Cheetos dust that fills your room”, but I need my tunes.
It looks nice (what product that mimics Apple’s design doesn’t), but there are going to be a few people who’ll raise a stink over this. Thankfully, I have my itty bitty Samsung DAP to keep me occupied.
The Blue Air AirPod retails for $99. Replacement filters run for $40 a pair.