Video: @Nokia Monster Purity Pro – CNET says it’s pretty slick (I want the yellow one!!!)

| February 9, 2013 | 4 Replies

Screen Shot 2013-02-09 at 20.50.09Here’s CNET’s first impressions of the Nokia Purity Pros (black).  It looks great (and more so when paired up with the same colour Lumia….Yellow for me please :p!) but has a massive bag of tricks.

  • One serious piece of mobile hardware
  • Isn’t your average set of cans
  • Stereo Bluetooth (NFC) connection
  • Active noise cancellation
  • On board microphone to answer phone calls and place them
  • Folds up, unfolding automatically switches it on and connects to the last device in range.
  • If no device found in range, Pros give voice instructions on pairing.
  • Noise cancelling works automatically when you put it on your ears (great, I hated accidentally leaving ANC on my 905i)
  • Playback of 24 hours
  • wired connections possible
  • Controls for volume and music controls
  • Can pair in seconds with NFC by tapping together “now that’s pretty slick!”

The Good: The Nokia Purity Pro by Monster headphones are light, compact, have long battery life, and provide well-balanced audio.
The Bad: While the Nokia Purity Pro is sophisticated, it lacks a companion app and its noise canceling cant be turned off.
The Bottom Line: For smartphone owners who crave both active noise canceling and Bluetooth wireless audio, the Nokia Purity Pro by Monster is worth its steep price.

 I want one!!! Why is this still on on sale in the UK?

Cheers Viipottaja for the tip!


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  1. Merito says:

    how much ? Seems expensive! :D

  2. twig says:

    Its up to the retailer on price so we might see some decent price competition between carriers, Amazons, Best Buys of the World. Companion app? Is that for updates or something??

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