Android smartphones and tablets will be getting a brand-new wireless headset that’s set to take the smartphone gaming world by storm.
Arctis, the Japanese manufacturer of headsets for the Nintendo 3DS, has announced a new wireless headset for Android devices, the Recon 200.
The Recon is a small wireless headset with an ear-bud style speaker that will be released for Android phones and tablets this month.
The Recon can stream and play HD video on Android smartphones, which are generally more than capable of streaming video on smartphones.
The new Recon headset will cost $99.99 and will be available for pre-order in March.
ArCTis says the Recliners headset will also be compatible with Android phones, but won’t be able to play games, and won’t stream video.
The company says the headset will work on Android phones with an HD camera.
“Our goal is to create a wireless headset compatible with the latest Android smartphones,” said Masaru Ishikawa, chief executive officer of Arctis.
“We are committed to the Android platform, but we are also aware that it is also important to our consumers and we are always working to improve our products.
We are working hard to ensure the new Recliner will be an exciting new feature for Android gamers.
Our goal is not only to offer our customers a better wireless experience, but also to provide them with the tools to enjoy Android games on their smartphones.”
The Recliners headset will come with a Bluetooth 4.0 chip that will allow it to stream and stream video to smartphones.
It will also come with an FM transmitter that will help it work with other Bluetooth headsets.
The wireless Reclins headset will not work with Android smartphones with an IR blaster.
The IR blaster is a device that can turn on and off a device, such as a smart TV or mobile phone, when the user connects the device to an IR receiver.
It will be important to note that the ReCliners will only work with devices that support the ARCTIS HD wireless audio standard, according to the company.
The headphones will also not work on Apple devices that don’t support ARCTISS HD audio.
The company has also confirmed that the new Bluetooth headset will support Android smartphones without an IR Blaster.
However, the company says that it will not support smartphones that do not support AR-tech.
The new ReCliner is set to launch this month in Japan, with other markets to follow in the coming months.
The Bluetooth headset is expected to cost about $99 for the basic version, but will be $149.99 for a higher-end version.