Laser Rolls Out Bluetooth Headphones
- Bluetooth ability
- Self-adjusting ear pads
- Cool colours
Australian-based Laser has released a range of Bluetooth stereo headphones, which have been designed for indoor/outdoor recreation.
Made for portable music players and smartphones, the headphones allow users to wirelessly listen to music in CD quality stereo sound. It also allows hands-free conversations with its built-in, high sensitivity microphone via Bluetooth "A2DP" profile and powerful yet light neodymium magnets. The self-adjusting ear pads and low profile adjustable headband provides a snug and secure fit without niggling cables, claims Laser.
Units come with onboard headset controls allowing users the ability to adjust playback volume, change tracks, initiate/answer/mute or end phone calls, as well as hide music players or phones. Catch up with family, friends and fellow workers via Skype, MSN, in games on a PC, or even connect a PlayStation 3 or other Bluetooth compatible console for wireless chat.
They come with a battery life capable of 10 hours continuous use or 250 hours standby time. Available in an array of chromatic and warm shades including white, black, blue, orange, red and fuchsia, the headphones also come with a set of bonus ear pads and a soft carry pouch.