New iFrogz Bluetooth Headsets Start at $20
Zagg this week announced five new iFrogz Bluetooth headsets, all of which are among its most affordable to date. The standout is the $20 Free Rein Wireless, a set of Bluetooth earbuds with a flat neck cord and and an unusually small, light hanging module with the battery and three buttons. The earbuds are sweat-resistant and have wingtips to ensure they stay in the ears. They have five hours of battery life, are available in black or white, and ship in late October. The $30 Resound Wireless earbuds have premium aluminum earbuds and a wireless module that clips to your shirt. The $30 Flex Force Wireless has a thin, slim, flexible neck collar and magnetic earbuds that stick together when not in use. The company also announced two larger, over-the-ear headphones: The $25 Toxix Wireless Headphones offer 10 hours of battery life and have on-ear controls. The $35 Resound Wireless Headphones offer better sound with 40mm drivers, and 20 hours of battery life.
Zagg, maker of myriad mobile accessories, has refreshed its iFrogz collection of affordable Bluetooth headphones. The Resound buds are in-ear headphones that target the budget-minded music lover.
Feb 24, 2019
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Zagg's collection of low-cost Bluetooth wireless headphones is all new headed into the end of the year. The Resound Wireless are on-ear headphones that target the tune-lunatic who prefers larger hardware and sound while listening in comfort.
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