From the company:
The new Earloomz STAR WARS collection includes four distinct headsets – featuring Boba Fett, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker and The Empire Strikes Back’s climactic ’Dark Duel.’ Future styles – including Yoda, R2-D2, C-3PO, Princess Leia, Darth Maul, Chewbacca the Wookiee, Jabba the Hutt, Han Solo, Obi-Wan Kenobi and more – are planned for release later in 2011.
For more than three decades, STAR WARS has remained one of cinema’s most beloved brands, spanning generations with its timeless story and iconic characters. The new Earloomz STAR WARS collection is sure to lure the Saga’s many fans from the dark side of not using a Bluetooth device while driving.
“Earloomz technology and creative applications allows us to experience STAR WARS in an all-new way,” says Mike Sherman, president of Earloomz. “We are thrilled that we are able to put the Empire into the hand, or ears, of Bluetooth users and look forward to growing the collection to include characters from the entire STAR WARS Saga.”
Earloomz style and technology sets it apart from any other wireless device on the market. The unique patented design provides an earpiece that operates without bulky buttons or additional external pieces. This allows for easy accessibility and greater comfort, as well as a lighter weight in the ear. But, Earloomz Bluetooth headsets are not only ideal for phone conversations in the car, they are also designed and optimized for multi-player platform and voice command video game use. With Earloomz STAR WARS Bluetooth headsets, gamers can stay connected and communicate with other players fighting for the Old Republic or battling in the Clone Wars.
The Earloomz GL500 Glamorous Life is now available through www.Earloomz.com and features Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR technology, noise cancellation, Mic noise reduction, lower power consumption, voice prompt, support multiple devices, and 16-bit resolution audio which can greatly enhance audio quality. ($69.99 MSRP)
For more information, visit www.earloomz.com
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