The Plantronics BackBeat Go wireless earbuds seem apt for users constantly on the move, considering that it is not required to be tethered to the device. This wireless audio peripheral claims to be extremely light and establishes connections with smartphones, MP3 players and other mobile devices through Bluetooth.
The accessory should eliminate the hassle of dealing with tangled cords and it is said to be a blend of good quality sound and comfort. It delivers stereo sound and utilizes digital noise reduction technology as well as built-in echo canceling to enhance the call quality. Moreover, the inline controls let users answer calls, change tracks and make adjustments to volume levels.
“Music lovers want to take their music with them everywhere they go, but they don’t want to get tangled up in their corded earbuds. The BackBeat Go provides wireless freedom whether your music player is in your pocket, in your backpack or just out of reach,” stated Lori Langona, director of consumer marketing at Plantronics.
This extremely portable audio gear tips the scale at merely 13 grams. It is said to be capable of coughing up the juice to provide music listening or talk time of up to 4.5 hours, while its standby time is approximately 10 hours. Its compatibility with the A2DP profile ensures audio streaming from various mobile gadgets.
The Plantronics BackBeat Go price and availability details are as follows – it can be grabbed for $99.99 a pop now. It is up for sale through the official website as well as Best Buy and will soon be launched through RadioShack, AT&T and other authorized retailers.