Ubixon's Lubix Bluetooth stereo headsets: the magnets make the magic

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Thomas Ricker
February 21, 2007 6:47 AM
Ubixon's Lubix Bluetooth stereo headsets: the magnets make the magic

Here's an interesting twist to the Bluetooth headset from Ubixon -- the UBHS-LC1-3D and UBHS-NC1-3D. These Lubix headsets consist of two, magnetically held halves which can be separated and bunged into the ears or slung around the neck, connected for easy toting. They both simulated 3D sound and Bluetooth 2.0 with support for the A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, and HFP profiles. In other words, they support stereo Bluetooth audio while allowing you to control your like-profiled audio device from up to 10-meters away. They'll even work seamlessly (as seamless as Bluetooth gets anyway) with your cellphone although the LC1 does it a bit better (and bulkier) by flashing the caller's ID on that one-line LCD screen. The 28-gram LC1 delivers 10 hours of talk or 9 hours of music while the NC1 goes 6-hours or 5-hours in a lighter, 22-gram package. The LC1 hits Korea for 79,000KRW ($84) while the NC1 slips in at about 59,000KRW ($63).

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