After a period of rough times with a whole lot of new decisions and criticisms, looks like Nokia is on a roll.
The company has not only launched the new MeeGo smart phone, Nokia N9 but also a whole range of exciting new accessories at the Nokia Connection 2011 event, which are not just stylish but also futuristic.
The first one is the Nokia Fast USB Charger AC-16 which comes in a white coloured sleek, seamless and rounded design, and is completely different from the regular Nokia chargers. The Nokia AC-16 will be provided along with the Nokia N9.
The second accessory is the Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-111 that combines music and clear calls to people’s ears. The stereo headset does look sporty and has a great resemblance to the Apple iPod Shuffle.
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The headset lets users to listen to music for up to six hours, talk time of seven hours and a standby time of 120 hours on a single charge.
The Nokia BH-111 will be available in five different colours, which come with a price tag of €39 (approximately Rs. 2,500), and is expected to ship this summer when they’re released globally.
The next one in the line-up is the Nokia Play 360° Portable Hi-Fi Speakers. The new speakers come with a unique retro styling, which allows users to share music with their friends or even just enjoy music without the need for headphones. The Nokia Play 360° boast of an omnidirectional sound system, which spreads the music in all directions, giving you a surround sound effect.
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And the best feature is that the speakers come with both NFC (Only with Nokia NFC enabled devices) as well as Bluetooth capability along with a standard 3.5 mm audio connector. We expect to see this shipping in the third quarter and comes with a price tag of €149(Rs. 9,600 approximately).
The last one amongst the Nokia gear, is the Nokia Wireless Music Receiver MD-310 which allows you to access all your music from your phone, laptop or any Bluetooth device wirelessly through your home stereo. The MD-310 boasts of a new technology called apt-x, which lets you receive the exact same audio quality as played from a CD player directly. As one of the best stereo receivers, the Nokia Wireless Music Receiver MD-310 comes with Bluetooth class 1, which lets you get connected within a range of 100 meters.
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The MD-310 also comes with NFC capability (again works only with Nokia NFC enabled devices), and all you have to do is just tap the phone to the NFC logo and you’re connected. The MD-310 will cost around €59 (Rs. 3,800 approximately) and and is expected to start shipping in the third quarter of this year.
So what do you think about the new Nokia Gear? Do you find them exciting? Are you planning get all of these along with the N9?