LG adds updated LG Tone Infinim wireless headset to CES 2016 lineup
LG will be updating the company’s popular LG TONE INFINIM series in 2016, the company will have the headset on display at CES 2016 in the coming weeks. The around-the-neck wireless headset will offer a more contemporary design, along with “superior audio quality” and “enhanced consumer convenience” according to the company’s preview announcement.
The new headset will be hitting the United States in late February with key markets in Asia and Europe to follow “soon after”.
The new line will serve as an upgrade to the very popular HBS-900 installment. The new TONE INFINIM will share many of the same design aspects, including the wire retractable functionality, as well as offering Harmon/Kardon audio quality.
The TONE INFINIM will also offer a wide-array of updated features and benefits, including a metallic body and a longer-lasting battery. The new design will also offer Quad-Layer Speaker Technology, the company described the device stating, “the new TONE INFINIM delivers a premium audio experience with better balance across all sound ranges and enhances the frequency response ratio for richer bass and crisper high notes.”
“The original TONE INFINIM set a new standard for wireless headset design,” said Chung Sue-hyun, vice president of Innovative Personal Devices Business Division at LG Electronics. “We delivered an audio solution that offered days of battery life, a comfortable fit that didn’t fall off the neck when unused and most importantly, fantastic sound. It’s no wonder the LG TONE INFINIM series is the most copied design in this product category.”
The wireless option were designed for customers that may also have to deal with noisy environments, like crowded subways or city streets. The TONE INFINIM will also feature dual cancelling microphones, allowing users to “conduct calls in any environment”. Along with the new HBS-910, LG is updating its free TONE & Talk Android app with two new features — Voice Memo and Find Me — that allow TONE INFINIM customers to record their own voice notes and help locate misplaced smartphones. Previous generations of the Tone Infinim line can be found on popular retailers like amazon.com