Moshi is a company that was founded in 2005, they design sophisticated accessories and electronics with the aim of enhancing the mobile lifestyle. They have just launched their new Vortex Air Bluetooth headphones, but what are these headphones like?
With the new, Moshi Vortex Air headphones, you can not only enjoy your favourite audio, you can now share it too. This is due to the DJ4Two feature, which streams audio from one Vortex Air unit, to another. The Vortex Air headphones are compatible with both iOS and Android devices. The headphones can be controlled from the control panel on the wire, and from the app, where you can monitor the headphones, and change the settings. The Vortex Air headphones are reference-grade, which give you 8 hours of playtime so you can listen to tracks and answer calls throughout the day through the built-in microphone. All of this can be done on a single charge.
Utilising the same drivers and proprietary RigidBody™ steel housing as another of Moshi’s headphones-
the Vortex headphones, the Vortex Air headphones retain the sonic signature of their wired counterpart featuring deep, articulate bass without distortion. The drive units earlier mentioned, consist of high-definition Neodymium drivers housed in sintered steel alloy to minimise cavity-induced colouration.
The Vortex Air headphones come with 3 different sizes of hybrid-injection silicone ear tips, as well as a set of memory foam ear tips that can effectively block out external noise while providing hours of comfortable listening. Also included with the Vortex Air headphones, is a convenient magnetic clip to secure the headphones in place while you are using them.
The Vortex Air headphones are available on the Moshi store for £110 (or $119.95). They are also available through retailers- these vary depending on the country you are trying to purchase them in. You can find them on the Moshi store here.