Amkette, the domestic electronics and computer hardware manufacturer, has rolled out what they are saying to be the lightest headphones in the “in-ear” category. The headphones are named as the Urban headphones. The new wireless in-ear headphones have a price tag of Rs 2,999 and are presently obtainable at an opening cost of Rs 2,499.
The in-ear headphones include a neckband design with an in-built wire and magnet clip. Sporting CVC6.0 technology for noise canceling, this headphone has a rating of IPX4 indicating that it is splash and sweat proof. Amkette states that the headphone cleans out background noise to make sure sound with high quality.
The wire of the earphones is layered with a material employed in Bulletproof jackets, Dupont Kevlar, making it hard. It includes a 220 mAh battery that is stated to give out 200 Hours of standby time in addition to 18 Hours of play back and provides dual connectivity. The Urban Headphone can be linked to a smartphone and laptop at the same time.
Talking about the roll out, director at Amkette, Rajiv Bapna, claimed, “The Amkette Urban Headphones are developed so that you have to take them off by no means. At Amkette, we struggle to modernize and prove our consumers the eventual experience. These devices are light in weight, affordable, and convenient to offer you with sound that is high quality in nature so you take pleasure in each and every moment.”
Previously this year, the firm had rolled out its smart speaker, Trubeats S50, with a price tag of Rs 4,999. The Trubeats S50 comes with a frequency range of 180Hz to 20KHz and consists of 10W speaker drivers. It consists of a number of connectivity alternatives comprising 3.5 mm audio jack, Bluetooth, USB, and microSD slot. NFC support is also present.
In short, the new Urban headphones is a perfect fit for the users in India. The headphones are suitable for the users in India since they are comparatively affordable. The cost factor is the main reason that decides the future of any device in the Indian market and hence, the Urban headphones will rock in India.