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Users of VR headsets have become more likely to break furniture and smash TVs. The insurance company spoke about the increase in the number of such requests

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The use of virtual reality helmets can lead to injury. There are a huge number of videos on the Web with how people fall or break something while in virtual reality, but as it turned out, this aspect has a very specific assessment.

Users of VR headsets have become more likely to break furniture and smash TVs.  The insurance company spoke about the increase in the number of such requests

According to the source, the British insurance company Aviva last year recorded an increase in the number of claims for insurance payments related to the use of VR helmets. Moreover, the indicator in annual terms increased by 31%, and in comparison with 2016, the number of such cases increased by 68%.

As new games and gadgets become popular, we often see this show up in claims filed by our customers. We’ve seen similar trends in the past with motion controller consoles, fitness games, and even spinners.

These devices can be a great source of enjoyment, but we encourage people to be mindful of their surroundings and pay attention to their home’s insurance to make sure it fits their needs.

Users of VR headsets have become more likely to break furniture and smash TVs.  The insurance company spoke about the increase in the number of such requests

Usually, VR users contact the insurance company in connection with damage to furniture and broken TVs. The average payout in 2021 for such cases was around £650.

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Xiaomi Announces Redmi Buds 4 Pro Wireless Headphones with “Super Noise Canceling” and Bluetooth 5.3 Support

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Xiaomi Announces Redmi Buds 4 Pro Wireless Headphones with Super

Xiaomi today published an official teaser of the promising model of Redmi Buds 4 Pro headphones – the novelty will be presented on May 24 along with Redmi Note 4 Pro smartphones. However, there are already some details about the headphones.

Xiaomi Announces Redmi Buds 4 Pro Wireless Headphones with “Super Noise Canceling” and Bluetooth 5.3 Support

Xiaomi Announces Redmi Buds 4 Pro Wireless Headphones with “Super Noise Canceling” and Bluetooth 5.3 Support

According to the source, Redmi Buds 4 Pro will receive a “super noise reduction system” – meaning that for the price category of headphones, noise reduction will work very well. Also promised are low delays in the transmission of sound and, in fact, the sound of Hi-Fi level itself. Separately, it talks about support for the LC3 codec and the presence of a Bluetooth 5.3 adapter – the same is expected as part of the Redmi Note 11T Pro.

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Samsung has released Galaxy Buds 2 for true fans of Pokemon

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Following the hit smartphone Galaxy Z Flip3 Pokemon Edition, the Korean company Samsung Electronics decided to release another product for real Pokemon fans. This time we are talking about a special version of Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 wireless headphones (review).

Samsung has released Galaxy Buds 2 for true fans of Pokemon

Headphones Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pokemon Edition received an overlay on the charging case in the form of a well-recognized Pokeball, as well as one of ten themed stickers.

The usual Galaxy Buds 2 case is attached to the pokeball case and after that the whole structure can be easily opened by pressing a button. Note that the buyer will not immediately receive the weight of a set of stickers, but only one sticker at random.

Samsung has released Galaxy Buds 2 for true fans of Pokemon

Like the smartphone, the headphones will initially be sold in limited quantities exclusively through the Samsung Korea online store. The price is expected to be $105.

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Apple AirPods Pro ruptured a 12-year-old boy’s eardrums, leaving him disabled. The company was sued

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Apple AirPods Pro ruptured a 12 year old boys eardrums leaving him

Apple is facing legal action over AirPods.

According to sources, the company was sued due to the fact that a 12-year-old child was injured due to the use of Apple headphones. One would think that the headphones exploded, as this sometimes happens, but in this case the reason is completely different.

Apple AirPods Pro ruptured a 12-year-old boy's eardrums, leaving him disabled.  The company was sued

The child was watching a movie on Netflix using an iPhone and AirPods Pro. At some point, the Amber Alert system (child abduction alert system) went off. Initially, the headphones worked at a low volume, but the sound of Amber Alert was so loud that it ruptured the child’s eardrums and damaged the cochlea. After the incident, the boy suffered from hearing loss, nausea, dizziness and tinnitus. He is now required to wear a hearing aid.

In fact, this happened back in 2020, but, as is often the case, the general public will learn about such incidents much later.

The lawsuit alleges that Apple is aware of “defective” AirPods that do not mute Amber Alerts. What’s more, Apple also didn’t include a warning about a potential issue that users might encounter.

The lawsuit against Apple seeks damages for the boy and his parents, who are under enormous emotional stress due to the situation. The lawsuit seeks “punitive damages in an amount that will punish defendants for their conduct and deter other technology companies from engaging in such misconduct in the future.”

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