Arctic Sound P311 Bluetooth Headset Review

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Personal media devices have totally invaded our lives. It is a common sight today to see a bus full of people listening to their personal media player during the morning commute. While these devices are small, portable and easy to use when sitting down, using one while jogging or engaged in active exercise can be slightly difficult. For one, you have to pause and look at the device itself often so you either lose momentum or worse, get hurt while your eyes are distracted. Secondly, the headphone wires restrict movement quite a bit.




The obvious solution of course, is to go wireless. With the proliferation of Bluetooth phones and media players today, it is the most obvious choice for a wireless audio solution. Arctic, a versatile company that produces multiple PC and media related products have a new wireless headphone that aims to solve this dilemma.


The Arctic Sound P311 headset uses Bluetooth technology to connect wirelessly to various devices and phones. The Arctic Sound P311 is also lightweight so it is perfect for users who want a wireless headset that matches their active lifestyle. With built-in multimedia and volume controls, users can control their music instantly on the Arctic P311 without having to look at their media player or phone while in motion. The Arctic Sound P311 can also hold up to 20 hours of continuous music playback and 400 hours of standby battery life so you don’t have to charge it as often as you plug in your phone.




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