Plantronics have addressed a major issue for training and sports buds. Two of the new Plantronics BackBeat Fit models have ‘Always Aware’ eartips for safer
Plantronics RIG gaming headsets maintain its number one position in the gaming headset market in Australia. They have grown a massive 216% year-to-date.
With the upcoming holidays, many will be booking in some quality hours (and hours and hours) in front of a big screen to catch up on essential play
For some, getting physical is the best part of their day, letting them run off steam with a literal run or something even more intense. We're not all like that, mind you, but if you know someone who is, this is a guide for them.
For the budding musicians, we have a slightly different take on the gift guide, because if you know someone who wants to strum a guitar and cheer on a crowd, here are some top ideas.
Last year, it was hard to find better value headphones than the BackBeat Pro from Plantronics, but the design wasn’t ideal for all. This year, however, there’s a different plan, and it’s to make the lightest wireless headphones ever.
The last time Plantronics took a swing at building fitness-friendly earphones, we saw the results in the highly sweat resistant wireless Backbeat Fit. A year later, Plantronics have new models that are a little more rugged than before.
Maybe you’re thinking more along the lines of a new pair of headphones or a lovely new TV for presents this year. It could be a gift for the family, or maybe even for you — hey, we won’t judge! If this is what you’re thinking, we have some ideas.
You keep getting told by people that they're going to lose weight, they just don't know how. Cool, so let's look at gift idea for the holiday 2014 season that can help them with that.
We’ve seen plenty of headsets from Plantronics in the past, and now the company that has sent headphones into space is cutting noise from your overseas plane trip, with its first active noise cancelling cans.
Runners and fitness freaks, take note: you don't need to rely on boring basic earphones any longer, as Plantronics updates a pair, making them more suitable for exercise than ever before.
If you can believe it, Bluetooth earpieces are still a thing, and Plantronics is proving it with a new headset aimed at delivering comfort and quality in sound, as well as a reason for you to take that headset out of your ear when you’re not using talking.
Around this time last year, the maker of sound gear for NASA released a pair of tiny in-earphones that could talk with your smartphone or tablet and deliver comfortable audio without the tangle. Now, Plantronics is doing it again, updating the Go to make them better than ever.
You probably don't think about it, but earphones come under a lot of pressure. The cables are pulled at, the housings bounce around in your pocket, and you blast a lot of sound through them. But one thing you might not think about is how they deal with moisture, sweat, and rain, and Plantronics is looking to a nano-coating to fix this.
Callers who demand the best sound when they're speaking generally know that there's more to their phone than just holding the slate to their ear, and a new headset from Plantronics aims to make your voice clearer with better resistance to wind and rain.
Lovers of video games who wear their stereo headsets with pride have a new option to turn to, and this one is sure to separate the part timers from the full time gaming elite.