Nowadays wireless headsets are in great demand because without the hassle of wires you can easily connect them with the help of Bluetooth. India’s technology company PLAY has launched its new wireless headset PLAYGO BH-70. The biggest feature of this headset is the world’s first AI driven Noise Cancelling wireless headset. Users can enjoy OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime and HOTSTAR. These devices can give users a great audio experience.
PLAYGO BH-70 Price and Availability:
PLAYGO BH-70 has been launched in the Indian market with a price of Rs 14,999. It has become available for sale on the official website of the company and all retail channels of PLAY across the country. In addition, you can also buy it from online platforms Amazon India and Flipkart. These devices will be available in two color variants black and brown.
Features of PLAYGO BH-70:
The hybrid active noise cancellation feature has been used in PLAYGO BH-70. In addition, you will also have features like Auto pause and play in addition to smart touch and talk. This headset uses a powerful 40mm dynamic driver. Also, a battery of 1000mAh has been given which can give users 24 hours of playback in ANC active mode. It uses qualcomm processors. Bluetooth 5.0 support is available for connectivity.
The most important thing is that playgo BH-70 wireless headset supports both Android and iOS platforms. It lets you use Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple Siri. Users can download the PLAYGO app by visiting Apple and Google play store where you will get many new features. This device provides great sound quality to users. It has a Smart Touch & Talk feature. The PLAYGO BH-70 wireless headset weighs only 300 grams.
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