Wednesday, January 18, 2012
President and CEO Bruce Borenstein said at CES, "Bone conduction technology has been around a long time; developed initially for our military forces that need to hear remote communication via a headphone, without any restriction to ambient noise in their surroundings. We've taken that technology and built it into consumer-friendly headphones that active adults, business travelers and gamers will benefit from, both in the short and long term."
Priced to sell in a range of models from $59.95 - $69.96, they may be ordered direct from the AfterShokz web site (http://bit.ly/wVPdDB ), and likely from major retailers in the near future.
Posted by Mike Ungerman at 10:11 AM