Mobile Devices

January 15, 2013

Rapoo Unveils New Wireless Headphones

Bluetooth technology has come quite a ways since it was introduced not that long ago. It seems like more and more companies are trying to take advantage of the uses that can arise from a tech that allows connectivity without the need for messy cords. The areas that seem to have taken the most advantage of this tech are not surprisingly the music and computer sectors. Bluetooth headphones and speakers in general have gotten huge over the last few years. People want to be able to roam about their house, or set up their speakers wherever it suits them without super long cords trailing along behind them. Tech company Rapoo unveiled its own set of Bluetooth headphones last week at CES that it has dubbed the H9080.

This particular set of wireless headphones boast an over the ear design that is specifically geared towards the home entertainment system. The phones have a smoother leather headphone that makes it extra comfortable to wear and makes it easier to settle down and listen to hours of music, watch hours of television and movies or play hours of video games. You can of course also settle in for a long night of all three.

These phones also have a bass boost functionality with just the press of a button and the COM-Ti Membrane Vibrating technology means that the treble is clear and vibrant the bass is as mellow and thick as the artists you are listening to expected. The one drawback of certain wireless headphones is the money you spend replacing the battery but these phones have a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that gives the user 10 hours of play or listening time on three hours of charge. The charging base doubles as the storage stand so you will always know where to put the headphones and will get a charge to boot. Rapoo has not released a price yet but the company expects to release the H9080 in the first quarter of this year.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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