Earin are being touted as the world’s smallest, wireless headphones. They will be shown off at the ShowStoppers event next week during CES.
Earin claims that they have a 2.5-3 hour battery life. That can be extended when you use their storage case which also conveniently doubles as a charger. Quality on Earin is still to be seen, and I plan to try and demo them next week at CES. I’ll post more when I can get my hands on them.
Earin is currently retailing for $299.99, and is available at BestBuy.
Bluetooth headsets aren’t as popular as they once used to be, but they are regaining popularity and use with the ever increasing number of locations adopting hands-free laws. Today Jabra announced that the Jabra Eclipse is available at Best Buy, T-Mobile, and select online retailers.
The Eclipse is Jabra’s lightest ever headset, with a weigh-in of less than 2 ounces. It was designed as a button-free headset. Users simply tap the headset to have access to calls, texts, emails, music, and Google Now or Siri. It features 10-hours of talk time, and the case is also used for charging.
The Eclipse is available now for $129.99 at Jabra and other retailers.
T-Mobile has a variety of Bluetooth accessories available and is offering a $25 mail-in-rebate. You have until January 31 to take advantage of this offer stop by your local T-Mobile corporate owned store and check out the assortment of Bluetooth devices available. Read more
RIM has released the BlackBerry Headset HS-300. Key features, specifications and purchase information is below. The headset is available for $49.99 in North America. Read more