Fact checking isn’t always a priority for companies when it comes to PR blasts. Such is the case with Technocel, who is laying claim to the “first stereo headset that vibrates to the beat of your music”. Oh, only if that were true. Last week, Jeff reviewed the Pineapple Electronic’s Rumble K Vibrating EarBuds, which do just that. Unfortunately, he was sorely disappointed with their performance, so thought leader claims aside, perhaps Technocel’s version will actually be half way decent.
LAS VEGAS, NV CES South Hall Upper Level Booth # 30913 – (January 6, 2010) – Technocel, a leading accessory solution provider with over 11,000 products for the wireless market, announces their latest innovation, the Technocel Ear Vibe™, the first stereo headset that vibrates to the beat of your music, providing you with the ultimate music listening accessory. The Ear Vibe™ will literally vibrate when your tunes hit the low frequency bass, taking your listening experience to the next level. It features high-fidelity stereo sound and includes a microphone for hands free voice calls for clear conversation and music. The Ear Vibe™ is compatible with most mobile phones that have music playing capability, as well as all mp3 players including the Apple iPod. Ideal for music, movies and gaming, the Ear Vibe™ will be available starting January 15, 2010 for MSRP of $29.99 at www.technocel.com
“We are thrilled to have created the first vibrating stereo headset” says Rami Rostami, Technocel CEO and Founder. “We hope to bring all media experiences to a higher level of enjoyment with the Ear Vibe.”
For more information on product specifications as well as pricing and availability please visit www.technocel.com
Technocel Wireless Accessories has soared to the top by offering one of the largest selections of accessories combined with innovative programs designed to enhance accessory sales. Founded in 1986, Technocel has enjoyed tremendous growth in its client base, service offerings and. has broadened its product base to over 11,000 SKUs. Its clientele includes Mobile Service Providers such as Sprint, as well as, mass merchants and wireless dealer/agents of all sizes. www.technocel.com
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