New Delhi: Top Notch Infotronix, a leading supplier of products and accessories for Computers, Consumer Electronics and Communication under the brand ‘Zebronics, has unveiled a slew of stylish hands-free Bluetooth headsets.
Comprising five models, the new line-up ranges from the elegant clip-on stereo pair ‘Blue Gear’ with advanced audio for music and video lovers, to the ultra-small capsule style ones – all designed to let consumers take calls and enjoy their favourite multi-media content wherever, be it at home, office or the gym.
All five models incorporate built-in microphone for hands-free operation, and work on a radio-frequency of 2.4 GHz distortion-free and clear, comfortable usage up to a distance of approximately 10 meters (33 feet) from the source. Inbuilt answer switch and volume controls with noise reduction round off the features. The headsets are lightweight, powered by rechargeable lithium battery and feature rugged construction to ensure increased reliability, stability and overall lifetime of the accessory. They are compatible with nearly all smartphones, tablets, and computers offering Bluetooth connectivity, without any adapters.
“Our Zebronics headphones additionally have a clean, modest look that any individual would want to use whether walking down a city lane or working out at the fitness centre,” said Pradeep Doshi, Director, Top Notch Infotronix. “Appealing designs with multiple colour options and sound engineering make them obvious choice for users from the tech savvy to the fashion conscious.”
All five models in Zebronics new line-up come complete with charging cable, adapter and a user manual. Representing Zebronics’ dedication to quality at value prices, the headsets are priced affordably starting from Rs. 549/- for ZEB-BH499, model ZEB-BH600 for Rs.649/-, ZEB-BH700 – MRP Rs.699/-, ZEB-BH900M – MRP Rs.899/-, ZEB-BH5000M – MRP Rs.1,499/- including one-year warranty and are available at Zebronics’ e-commerce site, moneyvasool.com as well as leading consumer-IT stores and on-line vendors.
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