Can be hung on the belt, Plantronics pushes Explorer 500 Bluetooth headset
CES has never lacked novel and interesting products, and the first Asian CES is no exception. This year, Plantronics has played this role. Users familiar with Bluetooth headsets should be familiar with this brand. This exhibition includes BackBeat FIT and BackBeat PRO wireless stereo Bluetooth headset, and the latest Bluetooth 4.1 version of the Explorer 500 headset.
The Explorer 500 features the latest Bluetooth version 4.1, dual microphone noise reduction, and high-definition voice certified by the Global System for Mobile Communications, allowing users to clearly communicate even in noisy or windy environments. The product is stylish and lightweight. There is almost no weight in it. In addition, it is equipped with Plantronics patented earbuds for stable and comfortable wearing.
The most interesting thing is its carrying and charging method. Usually, if you don't wear headphones, the Bluetooth headset will be thrown away, and charging is also a problem. After all, it is a mobile device, and the Explorer 500 will The two are combined.
The Explorer 500 uses a USB portable magnetic charging cable that bends the universal USB cable and can be hung on a belt or school bag, so there is no problem in carrying it. You only need to connect this USB cable when charging. On the Bluetooth headset, you don't have to worry about going out and forgetting the line. To be honest, I think that Plantronics can sell this interesting USB cable separately, which is worth a lot for the Explorer 500.