Recent photographs of a new pair of Universal Bluetooth Stereo Headphones from Motorola shows that the company is capitalizing on the DROID name for more than just phones. It looks like Motorola are aiming to capture the audiophile market with their new range of accessories. Motorola are re-introducing their S10-HD Bluetooth headphones with the DROID branding and an extra $20 to the price tag (it used to cost $79.99).
As far as we know, they’re a pair of wireless headphones that are capable of producing high definition audio, and are sweatproof so you’ll be able to use them regardless whether you’re relaxing at home or drenched in sweat while running on a treadmill. But is the DROID rebranding worth the extra $20 you pay for these headphones? Or is that the price of the Special Edition DROID Armband that comes with it? Kinda makes you wonder what product Motorola will slap the DROID branding on next.
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