Skullcandy Ink’d Wireless in-ear Bluetooth earphones launched at 3,999
The Ink\'d Wireless are a Bluetooth-based upgrade to Ink\'d, one of Skullcandy\'s best-selling earbuds. The wireless earphones comes with a low-profile flex collar and claim to have up to 7 hours of battery life on a single charge.
Audio accessories maker Skullcandy has expanded its product portfolio in the country, with the launch of Ink'd Wireless Bluetooth earphones. Priced at Rs 3,999, the in-ear earphones will be available across all leading retail stores.
The Ink'd Wireless are a Bluetooth-based upgrade to Ink'd, one of Skullcandy's best-selling earbuds. The wireless earphones comes with a low-profile flex collar and claim to have up to 7 hours of battery life on a single charge.
Last month, Skullcandy launched the Grind Wireless on-ear Bluetooth headphones . Bearing a price tag of Rs 6,499, the Grind Wireless earphones come with premium on-ear cushions and a lightweight, durable metal headband that maximizes comfort.
They claim to deliver up to 12 hours of battery backup. The right earcup of the headphones consists of a microphone, as well as call, track and volume control buttons.
It also incorporates an integrated ampliﬁer which is claimed to provide a higher power rating and less distortion, with high-end drivers enabling a greater dynamic range.
Recently, Sennheiser launched its 'next generation' HD400 series of over the ear headphones . The series includes three headphones - the HD 451, HD 461, and HD 471.
The HD 461 and the HD 471 come in two variants each - HD 461i/HD 461G; and HD 471i/HD 471G. The HD 461i/HD 461G are priced at Rs 5,990, while the HD 471i/HD 471G are priced at Rs 7,990. On the other hand, the HD 451 cost Rs 5,000.
All headphones are compatible with Android and iOS devices. It is worth mentioning that while the (i) versions are for the iOS devices, the (G) versions are for Android.
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