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Rugged BlueAnt T1 Bluetooth Headset Coming in May

Rugged BlueAnt T1 Bluetooth Headset

BlueAnt to launch the rugged BlueAnt T1 bluetooth headset. Designed to give high quality audio performance in the most challenging conditions, the T1 headset features Wind Armour Technology™ and removable silicon covers. Available in stores in May, the T1 provides 6 hours of talk time and 120 hours of standby time and has an MSRP of $79.99.


New ASTRO A30 Headset Introduced by ASTRO Gaming


ASTRO Gaming has launched the ASTRO A30 Cross-Gaming Headset, a professional-grade cross-gaming platform audio solution for gamers on-the-go. The ASTRO A30 Cross-Gaming Headset features a lightweight street-smart design and delivers tournament-level audio quality and crystal-clear voice communication across all types of digital entertainment devices including gaming consoles, PCs and mobile devices. Available in black and white colorways, the ASTRO A30 price at $149.95.


SteelSeries 7H Headset Introduced [CeBIT 2010]


SteelSeries introduced the new high-end SteelSeries 7H headset at CeBIT 2010 in Hanover, Germany. Designed and built for competitive gamers, the SteelSeries 7H presents a superior soundscape in an exclusive design that travels well and offers two ear-cup choices, hear-through cloth and noise dampening leather. The SteelSeries 7H headset features 50mm drivers in the ear-cups which fully cover the ear and delivers a clean soundscape of high, low and mid tones from background, mood setting sounds in MMO games to 3D positional alerts in FPS games. The closed-type headset features superior passive noise reduction, specifically developed in cooperation with competitive gamers for use at loud tournaments and LAN-events. The SteelSeries 7H additionally comes with two interchangeable ear-cushions that offer the option of leather cushions with noise dampening foam or hear-through cloth covered foam. The SteelSeries 7H headset is available now for pre-sale at for $119.99 USD.


novero’s Lexington Bluetooth Headset for Men


novero announced the upcoming availability of Lexington, a clean and confident Bluetooth solution for men. Designed to flawlessly compliment one’s mobile lifestyle, Lexington is crafted in brushed steel and piano black finish – a refined, understated headset, embracing the modern man’s aesthetic. Expected to be available in April, the handsome novero product goes beyond its sharp appearance and provides an unprecedented 20 hours of talk time thanks to its accompanying charging case, wrapped in fine Italian Napa leather.


BlueParrott B250-XT Bluetooth Headset


Priced at about $120, the BlueParrott B250-XT Bluetooth headset is compatible with both computer and cell phone. The headset utilizing Xtreme noise suppression technology and boasts up to 16 hours of battery life, it’s long enough for anything you need. The B250-XT features a single earpiece and a boom microphone.


Audio Chi’s W Series [Headphone]


The W-Series utilises Audio Chi’s Structural Acoustics™ Technology which boasts one of the headphone world’s most exclusive sound units, the Titanium-Mylar Driver. This is a sure fire way of combining flawless sound, creative design and comfort.


Solar-Powered Bluetooth Headset


I used to play solar-powered calculator when I was in Junior high school. The calculator had small solar panel on top of it, I thought it was the greenest device I’ve ever had. Today as green movement getting momentum, there are so many manufacturers producing solar-powered gadget. Take a look at this solar-powered bluetooth headset. Available form Brando, the headset equipped with built-in solar charging panel and bundled with USB charging cable as well.


BlueAnt Q1 Voice Controlled Bluetooth Headset

BlueAnt Q1 Voice Controlled Bluetooth Headset

Claimed as the world’s most advanced voice controlled Bluetooth headset, the new BlueAnt Q1 just announced by BlueAnt Wireless. The headset allows user to control phone functions by using their voice. The supported command include “Redial”, “Call back”, “Answer/ignore call,” and “Check battery.” To get help, users can even ask the Q1 “What can I say?”.