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India's leading mobile phone and computer peripheral manufacturer, iBall, has recently introduced the latest universal compatible Hands free Univo. The earphone features a unique switch that works with any phone, tablet PC, music player or device with a 3.5 mm audio jack, featuring tangle-free cables to make life easier. This all-in-one hands free is priced at Rs. 599 and weighs just 12gms.
Since these days, the compatibility of hands free amongst the devices with similar 3.5 mm jack is a big problem as it fails be compatible will most of the devices. Thus this 3.5mm jack for audio and mic would make a better option as a hands-free.
Further, Univo allows users to enjoy music on their gadgets with high-quality audio performance. The device is optimized to receive phone calls and features an inline microphone and one-touch answer or call end button that lets users switch seamlessly from music to calls and back.
The in-ear piece is made of soft sealing ear buds which are capable of significantly reducing background noise, while the use of "ultra-soft silicon ear caps" provides for a comfortable fit and an ultimate detailed sound experience. An extra set of ear caps are provided free with the pack.
Commenting on the launch the Director of iBall, Sandeep Parasrampuria said, " Univo hands free are perfect for those who use multiple devices . It has been driven by innovation and desire to bring extreme convenience to the user with and high quality of sound experience. It's heartening to again be the first not only in India but in the world with this unique technology of compatibility to 3.5mm jack for multiple gadgets."