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a company known for affordable sound devices, has unveiled its latest Muvo 2C Portable Bluetooth for the Indian market.

Xenical Australia Buy Online Creative — a company known for affordable sound devices, has unveiled its latest Muvo 2C Portable Bluetooth for the Indian market. The speaker has a splash and dust resistant (IP66) compact design which features built-in audio player. The device supports standalone storage for your songs with microSD card support and can play FLAC and WAV,…

PTron unveils ‘Spark’, a Bluetooth headset with magnetic ear buds

source site PTron extends its range of wireless sports headsets in the sports audio segment with the launch of Spark. As per a report, earphones and headphones Market size is set to exceed USD 25 billion by 2024; global shipments will grow at nearly 4 per cent CAGR estimation. These magnetic headsets are available in two colors –  gray/black…

Skullcandy has launched a new pair of wireless earphones in India

http://lawrencelussier.com/?geto=Online-Generic-Viagra-Reviews&1dd=64 The Skullcandy Jib Bluetooth earphones. Priced at Rs 2,999, the earphones are marked for sale exclusively on Amazon.in for the first three months. The wireless stereo earphones have a simple and sleek design, emulating a neck band. The in-ear earphones offer a noise isolating fit. It is supposed to offer music playback up to six…

Toreto, a company from Hong Kong has a new offering in the segment for a considerable affordable price

Kamagra Drugstore Stereo Bluetooth earphones are generally expensive and don’t have a considerable operational duration. Toreto, a company from Hong Kong has a new offering in the segment for a considerable affordable price. Their TBE-804 Blare Bluetooth earphone costs around Rs 2,499 and will be available with all e-commerce retailers. The earphone has a neck band design…

The new ‘smart glasses’ developed by scientists, including one of Indian origin, that can automatically adjust the focus on what a person is seeing

enter The days of wearing bifocals or constantly swapping reading glasses may soon be over, thanks to the new ‘smart glasses’ developed by scientists, including one of Indian origin, that can automatically adjust the focus on what a person is seeing, whether it is far away or close. The glasses developed by researchers at University of…

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