Known for its prowess in designing user-friendly electronic gadgets from over a decade now, the pace at which iBall has innovated its product range is staggering. The latest entrant in its audio range is the MusiFlash headset. Delivering the company’s cornerstone of crystal clear sound and freedom from distortion, these headsets take convenience a level up by having an in-built Micro SD card slot.
With no need to use wires, the MusiFlash gives its users the joy of music with just the simple inserting of a memory card. That said, the ‘volume control’ and ‘next track’ buttons mean this headset becomes a music player by itself! Young music lovers or frequent travellers, they’d know the value of this hands-free utility.
For the rest, i.e. ‘play at home or work’ appreciators of audio entertainment, this headset is compatible with mobile phones, PCs and laptops using detachable cable and doubles up as a mass storage device too. Its inbuilt battery lasts for up to 10 hrs of play time and can be recharged via the USB port. What’s more, there’s good news for professionals as the detachable wired mic can be used to talk on the phone as well.
On the launch of perhaps the trendiest headset from the iBall stable, the company’s Director, Sandeep Parasrampuria says, “The headset have become an integral part of a user’s music experience. We’ve tried to make it more inclusive and convenient at the same time with built-in Micro SD option. MusiFlash has been designed to be comfortable and appealing to consumers and offers flexibility to just enjoy the music or use it as a regular headset or with the phone.”
Worthy to mention, these headsets come in attractive vibrant colours, so picking one that matches the music lovers’ personality is easy.
Priced at MRP of just Rs 1499, MusiFlash is appealing for every music lover. Its vibrant colors and cute design makes a style statement too. For a music enthusiasts, the iBall MusiFlash is as good as it gets.
India Infoline Research Team / 14:59, May 20, 2015
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