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!”

http://cnettv.cnet.com/nokia-purity-pro-monster-offers-ultra-advanced-phone/9742-1_53-50140591.html

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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