"The Dash is more like a computer,” says Bragi CEO Nikolaj Hviid.In fact, according to Bragi's website, the Dash is a powerful microcomputer with more than 150 micro components, 27 sensors, and a 32-bit processor about the size of your fingertip. The Dash not only lets you listen to music, but also has a built-in fitness tracker. It lets you do things like answer or reject phone calls, by either nodding or shaking your head. The Dash also includes a unique feature which they call Audio Transparency. This, essentially, allows you to either dial out or listen to ambient noise while you're using The Dash. This means that, if you're out and about, you can still hear the sounds of cars and people around you. On the music front, the Dash has 4GB onboard storage, which means that you can listen to music without wires and without your phone! It supports MP3 and AAC playback and music files can be transferred via USB. If streaming music is more your thing, then you can stream music to the Dash as well. Music controls are easy and utilise the touch pad sensor on the side of the earbuds. The Dash has up to four hours playback time and charges in under two hours. Charging is done in the included case and the charging case itself has a 2200mAh battery. The Bragi Dash is compatible with Android, iOS devices, and has limited support for Windows 10 devices. Cost: R5 999 (PriceCheck).