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Philips Tapster Bluetooth Headphones Are Touch & Gesture Controlled

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As hip and cool as Philips SHB7110/37 Tapster Bluetooth headphones appear, I can’t but help think how heavy and cumbersome they’ll prove to be once inserted into your skull ear.  The Tapsters are good for both streaming music and taking calls.  Standby time for the Bluetooth headset is 150 hours or 7 hours when listening to tunes or yammering away.  Tapster’s controls are touch and gesture based, which means tapping the headphone will answer a call or removing them from your ears will automatically transfer the ongoing call to your handset.


No word on price or availability.

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[Philips via Ohgizmo]


1 Comment to Philips Tapster Bluetooth Headphones Are Touch & Gesture Controlled

  1. arnon ratzon

    Hi , Does the headphones are working with the iPHONE? If yes where can I buy them in Israel?

    Thanks and Best Regards

    Arnon

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