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Back in October iBall launched Univo, a universal compatible hands free with inline mic and now the company has introduced its yet another sporty and stylish neck band design bluetooth headset with mic called ‘iBall Vibro'. The new headphone is priced at Rs. 1,699.
The headset is compatible with TV, music and mobile phones, tablet PCs and laptops. It is with built-in mic to talk and make calls as well. iBall Vibro Bluetooth back-headphone comes with a range of upto 10 meters from source device.
The company claims that the Vibro is a perfect combination of sound and style. It further promises the users to offer crystal clear and distortion free hi quality stereo sound giving a natural and life like sound experience while listening to music or watching videos.
The headphone comes with the an easy to reach ‘call' and ‘music' buttons where a user can seamlessly switch between calls and music on a tablet or phone. The Bluetooth functionality allows users to enjoy both their music and phone calls wirelessly.
There are controls on the ear cups which makes it easy to switch tracks without pulling out a music player.
The device is loaded with a 300mAh battery which the company says will offer up to 10hrs of non stop music playback and upto 11 hrs of talk time.
The iBall Vibro comes with volume, media and call controls integrated on the ear cup, to save you from scrabbling for your mobile phone, tablets or laptop and is easily rechargeable via USB cable that makes it easy to use.
Commenting on the launch, director Sandeep Parasrampuria says, "iBall Vibro is a beautiful in design and this Bluetooth back-phone with mic will provide stereo sound and uninterrupted voice chats on phones, tablets and laptops."