Published on Tuesday, 01 December 2015 19:06
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Christmas is perhaps the only holiday where people buy presents to each other and although at first this may sound as something simple when the time comes not many know what to get. True the market is filled with everything anyone could ever hope to use as a present on Christmas but at least for us men i think that things are quite easier (always compared to our other halves). For example most gamers will probably like a new console, PC monitor, gaming keyboard and/or mouse or a powerful graphics card while gadget lovers will probably like to receive a new watch, camera, TV screen, better smartphone and/or tablet, high capacity powerbank or new portable HDD. We also believe that wireless headsets can make a fine Christmas present and so today we're taking a look at one of the latest wireless headsets released by Sandberg the Bluetooth Stereo Headset Pro.
Sandberg stands for quality and user-friendliness. If it is important for you that accessories are high quality and easy to figure out how to use, then choose Sandberg. Our ideology "IT is for everybody" is part of everything we do. Since its inception in 1985, private consumers, institutions and companies have benefited from this simple philosophy. Distributors and dealers appreciate the availability, range, simple procedures and the exceptionally low failure rate. Every year over half a million Sandberg products find their way to users in more than 30 countries. Choosing Sandberg means choosing a safe and conscientious product that meets all applicable regulatory requirements. A product manufactured by subcontractors who are committed to following Sandberg's Code of Conduct to ensure decent working conditions and reduce the environmental impact of the production and waste disposal.
The Bluetooth Stereo Headset Pro is yet another wireless model that features Bluetooth v3.0 + EDR connectivity (supports NFC, A2DP, AVRCP, HFP and HSP) and follows the typical around the ear closed type design. Fortunately although most of the headset is made out of hard plastic (it does feature an aluminum frame but doesn't extend all the way to the earcups) and thus is nothing special in terms of build quality (like most in the market) Sandberg chose to pair two 50mm neodymium drivers that feature a 20Hz-20KHz frequency response with 100dB (+-2dB) sensitivity and 32 Ohm (+-15%) impedance with a Omni-directional microphone (30Hz-16KHz/-54dB) and a 380mAh lithium polymer rechargeable battery which can power the device for up to 10 continuous hours. So could this be the right present for Christmas? Let's find out.