If you're getting tired of the same old white earbuds tied to your music player, Logitech has three new stylish headphones to consider.
The mouse and gadget maker is about to put its Wireless, Identity and Curve wraparound headphones on the market, priced at $129.99, $39.99 and $29.99 respectively.
The wireless set is the black version of the same headphones Logitech introduced for iPod last month. The MP3 player version similarly features volume controls on the earpiece and advanced Bluetooth 1.2 wireless technology with adaptive frequency hopping. The wireless adapter connects directly to your MP3 player for interference-free digital sound at a range of up to 30 feet. The headphones are expected to be available this month.
The fashionable identity version comes with interchangeable face plates on the outside of the earmuffs. The lightweight headphones are not due out until September, but as the company says, "Choose white, black, orange or green color plates to suit your mood!"
Finally, the curved behind-the-head style wraps around with comfort rings on each earpiece to keep it in place while you jog or bike. The frame is made from a translucent polycarbonate material, making them water resistant and resistant to breaking if they fall.
While the concept of all three designs is not ground breaking, Logitech said its advantage is that it includes full-range neodymium drivers in its headphones that deliver rich audio and enhanced bass performance.