updated 11:02 am EST, Fri February 21, 2014
Aria headphones feature 50mm full-range neodymium magnet drivers, wooden acoustic chamber
Luxury gaming instruments company Feenix has announced the upcoming availability of its headset, Aria. Intended for gamers who desire a high level of sound quality, Aria focuses on reproducing sounds as well as a studio monitor. The headphones possess 50mm full-range neodymium magnet drivers, and an acoustic chamber composed of Japanese pine wood. Its independent cardioid clip microphone allows for unidirectional voice recording, with its recording capability making Aria suitable for an every day headphone as well as a gaming headset. Aria's ear cushions are made of memory foam and protein leather for comfortable wearing. Currently available for pre-order online, the Aria headset is priced at $350.
Oral-B brand smartphone-connected toothbrush, tracks brushing routine
Procter & Gamble has announced the release of a smartphone-connected toothbrush under its Oral-B brand. To be available for purchase in June, the motorized toothbrush has a Bluetooth 4.0 link for connecting with a smartphone app, programmable with a dentist's assistance. The smart-connected toothbrush provides guidance in paying attention to commonly missed areas of the mouth when brushing. According to Procter & Gamble's testing of the product, use of the app-enabled toothbrush extended brushing time greatly in comparison to manual brush use. To be priced at $330, the toothbrush will be officially unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week.