Zebronics launches Blue Air Bluetooth headphone for Rs 1,499

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Old 18-Jan-2013
Ginni Singh
Zebronics launches Blue Air Bluetooth headphone for Rs 1,499

Zebronics has launched the Blue Air, a multi-featured Bluetooth headphone with inbuilt microphone. The Blue Air features padded soft contact surfaces. It has a frequency response range of 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz, which covers the complete aural spectrum.

The Blue Air’s built-in microphone allows users hands-free calls while on the move. A key feature is noise isolation, which not only helps to preserve hearing in the long run, but also enables the set to be used conveniently in noisy areas without fiddling with the volume key. A single charge provides up to 14 hours of audio playback and up to 200 hours of standby. It has an operating range of up to10 metre (33 feet) that allows you to keep your mobile phone in your pocket or bag or on the other side of the room.

“Our Zebronics headphones additionally have a clean, minimalist look that any person would want to use whether walking down a city street or working out at the gym,” said Rajesh Doshi – Purchase and Marketing Director, Top Notch Infotronix.

The Zebronics Blue Air Bluetooth headphones

Utilising a proprietary design, Zebronics's headset can be used for either Mono hands-free or high quality stereo sound. The lightweight headset is powered by a rechargeable lithium battery and features rugged construction to ensure increased reliability, stability and overall lifetime of the accessory.

The Bluetooth headset features an answer switch, volume controls and is compatible with nearly all smartphones, tablets and computers without any adapters. The listener can receive crystal-clear wireless audio up to 33 feet away from their device. Unlike the much more expensive wireless headphones, the listener can change tracks and volume directly from controls on the Blue Air headphones, handle phone calls through the integrated mic and sync with hundreds of devices without additional accessories.

“Most people have never tried wireless headphones, but once they do, they will not want go back. It’s similar to automobiles that have Bluetooth for hands-free phone calls. Consumers will value the wireless freedom and they will not want to go back to wires. Everyone is listening to music or making phone calls so wireless headphones with a microphone just makes sense,” added Doshi.

The standard accessories set that comes with the Zebronics Blue Air Bluetooth headphone includes a USB charging cable, charging adapter and an audio cable for use as a wired headset. The Zebronics Blue Air is available in the market for Rs. 1,499 and is available across all leading retail stores across the country. It comes with a 1-year warranty.

Old 18-Jan-2013
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Re: Zebronics launches Blue Air Bluetooth headphone for Rs 1

that will be good....
but i have TouchMate

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