HS-205 VOIP Chatting In-Ear Headset by Genius

Genius In-Ear HeadsetGenius unveiled the HS-205 in-ear PC Headset for Internet Chatting and Music Listening.

The in-ear HS-205 Headset can be also connected to smartphones including the Apple iPhone, HTC smartphones, Blackberry and other, in order to listen to music.

The Genius HS-205 earphones will fit perfectly into the ears of the users, providing comfort and crisp sound. The provided three different ear-cushion sizes give you the ability to choose what fits you perfectly. The HS-205 In-Ear Headset also comes with a travel case which offers the ability to take it on business trips and on the go, and with in-line volume control and microphone mute function, you have the ability to control everything.

The Genius HS-205 headset is great for internet chatting through Skype and other communication software.

Key features:

  • In-ear VOIP headset
  • Ergonomic in-ear headset design
  • Three sets ear cushions
  • Easy to connect with iPhone or other smartphones to listen music
  • In-line volume control and Microphone mute function
  • Great for SKYPE or Internet chatting

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