Nokia Purity Pro Wireless Headphones Wins CES 2013 Innovation Award
The Nokia Purity Pro headphones have been honoured at CES this week, winning an innovations award.
” target=”_blank”>since we first saw them at IFA 2012. The wireless headphones can be used wired, support NFC and Bluetooth, and have noise cancellation built in as well, which kinda make them the sequel to the good ol’ Nokia BH-905i.
The headphones were made in partnership with Monster, so the audio aspects should prove pretty solid as well. Plus they’ll be available in red, yellow, black and white, to match all of the Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices, heh. Supposed to be available at the end of this month, for around €299. Tomi Penttila, head of Nokia Gear, stated:
[quote_simple]“We are extremely proud of the selection of Nokia Purity Pro Wireless Headset by Monster as an honoree in the Headphones category of the 2013 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards. This is an acknowledgement of the innovation, excellent sound quality and superior craftsmanship that the product and the two brands stand for.”[/quote_simple]
Good times for Nokia! First their stock is up because of reports of their Lumia phones selling pretty well, and now their accessories are winning awards as well. Looks like 2013 might just be their triumphant return, eh?