POWER A intros Stereo & Chat Headset/Earbuds for Nintendo 3DS

The company POWER A has announced two officially licensed audio products for the owners of Nintendo 3DS handheld console – the Stereo & Chat Headset and the Stereo & Chat Earbuds, which will provide gamers with stereo sound for games, music and video, as well as will allow them  in-game chat with their friends.

The compact Headset model offers adjustable headband for kids or adults, that that can be folded flat for easy transportation and storage. It also has a detachable mic boom and inline remote with one-click music control button. The Stereo & Chat Earbuds variant is equipped with 10mm  speaker drivers, promising  enhanced bass and dynamic detail across entire frequency range, inline remote with microphone for game chat and video conference use, 4mm flat anti-tangle cable and comes with three sets of silicone ear gels for a custom fit. This model is available in Aqua Blue and Cosmo Black variants.

POWER A Stereo&Chat Headset for Nintendo 3DS

Both POWER A Stereo & Chat models for Nintendo 3DS  are set for release this  Summer for $29.99.

A Stereo & Chat Headset for Nintendo 3DS (MSRP: $29.99)

  • Officially licensed by Nintendo
  • Compact, stylish stereo headset features detachable mic boom
  • Adjustable headband for kids or adults
  • Nintendo 3DS compatible inline remote with one-click music control button
  • Folds flat for easy portability
  • Great sound quality for games, music and video
  • Available in Cosmo Black
  • Available in Fall 2011

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