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Go All Wireless with LG's Tone Free Bluetooth Headset

by on January 05, 2017
in Headphones, News, Phones and Mobile, Blog, CES 2017 :: 2 comments

At CES 2017, we're seeing more truly wireless heaphones -- the ones that have neither a cord the plug into your music source nor a cord between the earbuds. One major problem with these truly wireless headphones is poor battery life. But the LG Tone Free provides an innovative solution to this problem.

The Tone Free looks a lot like the rest of the Tone line: it has a band that wraps around your neck with earbuds you can pull out when you need to listen. The band provides battery power and a convenient place to store the earbuds so they don't get lost—and when paired with a phone, the band vibrates when a call comes in so you don't have to wear the earbuds full time. If you don't like the neckband, an included carrying case can store and charge the earbuds, too.

LG Tone Free

In addition to ditching the wires, Tone Free adds voice controls to answer or ignore calls without even having to press a button. And yes, it works with both iPhones and Android devices.

The Tone Free will sell for $199 and is due out this spring.

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Bluetooth Headsets

From Zeeshan Ahmed on January 16, 2017 :: 1:42 pm

Bluetooth headsets, they’ve moved beyond the business travel accessories of the mid-2000s into a widespread technology bringing stereo music to millions. Mono Bluetooth headsets are still out there, though, and they’re still indispensible if you make a lot of calls while walking or driving. Here we have compiled a list of the very best bluetooth headsets that are available in the market as well.

Read More: http://mobilesiri.com/best-bluetooth-headsets/

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Case comes with the headphones?

From Mark Michaels on January 27, 2017 :: 3:25 pm

According to everywhere else the case is sold separately. Can you confirm either way?

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