The wireless headsets from Cisco and Arctis are finally ready to go into the wild.
The headsets, which were first shown off at CES this year, will go on sale in the U.S. in March for $129.99 and include a set of three wireless earbuds.
The headsets were first unveiled at CES 2016 and Cisco CEO John Chambers is excited to bring them to the consumer market.
“The Arcti headset will be the most advanced wireless earphones on the market,” Chambers said.
“The quality of the wireless earpads and the unique sound quality of our headsets will allow you to hear every detail of your surroundings without the need for earbud amplification.
Cisco and ArCTis headsets will be available for purchase beginning on March 10.
Arctis’ headsets are powered by an A10 chip and have been designed to be compatible with Apple’s latest iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7s smartphones.
It will be up to you whether you want to opt for a pair of wireless earplugs or go with a wireless headset with an earpiece.
“When you look at the market for wireless headsets, we think wireless headsets are going to be the next big thing.” “
We’ve been talking to the wireless industry about how they could benefit from our wireless headsets and how they can build more interoperable products,” Chambers added.
“When you look at the market for wireless headsets, we think wireless headsets are going to be the next big thing.”
“The ARCTIS headset is one of the best wireless earpieces on the planet,” said Cisco’s vice president of product marketing, Mark Siegel.
“It features a combination of the audio capabilities of an earbuddy, wireless audio and the latest wireless technologies to provide the most accurate sound possible.”
According to Cisco, the wireless headsets will also be compatible for Bluetooth headsets, Bluetooth speakers, and even smart phones and tablets.
“Cisco’s wireless headset offerings are well-known for their accuracy and durability,” Siegel added.
You can find out more about the Cisco wireless headset here.
The Cisco Arctus headset is available for pre-order at select Cisco stores starting March 10, and the wireless headphones will be sold through Cisco’s website starting March 23.