Thursday, February 29, 2024

FIRE-BOLTT FIRE BAND NOVA neckband will give 40 hours of playback time, you can buy this neckband for just Rs 999.

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Fire Bolt has launched a new neckband in audio wearables, it has been introduced in the name of Fire Band Nova. The company has launched it at a very affordable price. This neckband can be used without any problem even during running or workout. It has fourteen point 2 mm drivers. Apart from this, it comes with IPX five rating due to which it also carries water resistant feature. It also has an environmental noise cancellation feature for better quality on calls.

The company has launched Fire Bolt Fire Band Nova in India at an introductory price of only Rs 999. It can be purchased in black and blue colors. The neckband is available for purchase on the company’s official website. It has magnetic earbuds. It is equipped with dual pairing feature, so that it can be paired with two devices simultaneously. It uses Bluetooth for connectivity. It has USB Type C port for charging.

This neckband has a playback time of up to 40 hours. The company claims that it can give 100 minutes of playback time in 10 minutes of charge. Apart from this, it comes with IPX five rating due to which it also carries water resistant feature. It also has an environmental noise cancellation feature for better quality on calls. The wearable also features voice assistance, multi-point connectivity, and built-in controls for volume, music, calls, etc.

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