Philips has revealed a new line of made for Android headsets with in-line controls to join the ranks of Klipsch's Image S4As.
The most expensive pick of the bunch are the Philips SHL9705A cans (US$100) which pack in 40mm speakers, a sleek aluminium shell and memory foam cushions for pampering your ears.
The Philips SHE9005A earbuds can be had for half the price at US$50, offering up 10mm high performance speakers in a metal housing with foam tips for added comfort.
The sporty among you may wish to spring for the Philips SHE8105As, which have earhooks designed to keep them in place when you're pummelling the pavement or hitting the gym. They won't break the bank either at only US$40.
Philips' cheapest offering are the SHE7005As, in-ear buds with passive noise isolation which can be yours for US$30.
There are no details on UK pricing or release dates as of yet, but stay tuned as it shouldn't be too long before your trusty Android warrior gets the cans that it deserves.
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