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Plantronics BackBeat 216 and BackBeat 116 headphones promise superb audio quality at amazing prices


Plantronics has introduced the Backbeat 216 and 116 headphones with microphones which are compatible with iPhone and Android devices, and boast high-quality audio performance be it listening to your favorite music, or answering calls.

Plantronics has announced the two new BackBeat stereo headphones with microphone for smartphones with multimedia capabilities. Compatible with iPhone and Android phones, the BackBeat 216 and BackBeat 116 headphones deliver high-quality audio performance and easy switching between music and calls. The Plantronics BackBeat 216 is a certified headphone with microphone for the Apple iPod, iPhone and iPad. The corded stereo headphones provide plug-and-play simplicity and feature noise-isolating ear buds with neodymium micro-speakers that boost bass levels and deliver well-balanced high and mid ranges. The BackBeat 216 also features a discreet inline controller with built-in microphone for convenient calling plus volume and music track control.

The new BackBeat 116 features the popular earbud form factor with asimpler in-line controller and built-in mic. The standard 3.5mm stereo connector and interface makes it compatible with the iPhone, iPod and iPad, as well as most Android-based phones, Blackberry and other music phones. The BackBeat 116 will be offered in stylish colors such as Glow Green and Electric Blue.

Pricing and Availability
The Plantronics Backbeat 216 is selling at S$69, while the Backbeat 116 is retailing at S$39. Available at Apple stores (EpiCentre, Macshop), Challenger, Newstead, Sprint-Cass (Changi Airport T2, T3), Funan DigitalLife Mall (AAAs Com, Inforcom, PK Computers, South Asia), Sim Lim Square (AAAs Com, Million Mobile, Million Tech).

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