Monster Fuses Fashion and Tech with New Headphones
Highlights include the gaming-focused EA Sports MVP Carbon by Monster headphone ($270), featuring proprietary surround processing and available in black or white beginning in February; the in-ear ClarityMobile line with three models aimed at business travelers—a $50 model with an in-line microphone and two $70 models—slated to hit stores in April; an angular on-ear addition to the Diesel VEKTR line offered in military green and chrome ($280); three washable iSport in-ear models for the work-out crowd, ranging from $80 to $160; seven on-ear and in-ear DNA models, featuring triangular ear cups and dual inputs that allow five ‘phones to be connected at once, ranging in price from $130 to $230; new on-ear and in-ear Bluetooth-powered wireless models with noise cancellation for the Nokia Purity line; and the youth-focused N-Pulse headphones, a new addition to the NCredible line developed with Nick Cannon and available in black or white for $200.
Beyond headphones, the company introduced the Katana apt-X-based wireless music system ($700) with multiroom streaming capability; the M-Series line of smart HDMI cables that show the resolution of the signal passing through ($50-$500); and the PowerTap line of backup mobile-phone chargers ($40-$100) with built-in rechargeable batteries for times when an AC outlet is not available.
Monster also announced that the PCT 100MC ($60) and PCT 300MC ($100) PowerControl smart plugs, which work with the wireless People Power app that monitors power consumption, are now available.
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