PLAY has launched a unique wireless headphone offering in India. The technology startup based out of Gurgaon has come up with AI-driven noise-canceling headphones. The brand is calling it the world’s first one of a kind product offering. It’s dubbed as PLAYGO BH-70.
For those who aren’t aware of the company yet. PLAY is a young brand trying to disrupt the electronic accessories market with an affordable range of products. They have already launched a range of wearables like PLAYFIT smartwatch and smart bands. Now the company is looking to provide in the audio space.
PLAYGO BH-70 – Features
The company teases a plethora of features on its all-new wireless headphones. Equipped with the likes of self-calibrating technology for the left and right sides of the headset, it teases a personalized audio experience. There is hybrid active noise cancellation, smart-touch & talk, and auto-pause &play feature available on BH-70. These features make up for what the new headphones stand for, a personalized audio experience.
Speaking about the technical specs, they weigh around 300 grams and comes with Bluetooth 5.0 version support for better connectivity. The AptX code with built-in CVC 6.0 noise-canceling microphones makes sure that Siri, Alexa, or Google assistant can catch up with your voice even in the harsh noise pollution environment.
Talking about the design of the all-new headphones, they come with a protein leather earcups. It ensures higher durability and better comfortability compared to standard material used by other brands in the market. Available in two colours Graphite Black and Medallion Brown, these all-new can be purchased in the company’s online store.
The PLAYGO BH-70 is priced at Rs 14,999 and will be available for purchase starting today on Amazon and Flipkart. The barn has partnered up with Barista to let patrons test out its brand-new headphones. It is indeed a great way to test the product before you make your purchase decisions.
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