Design: Phillips Tapster

. Feb 21, 2009

Check out these stereo bluetooth ear buds designed by Phillips. These joints are beyond fresh and believe it or not, they feature a touch screen interface. Here are some of the specifics via A2DP:

"Calls and volume control is commited through tapping, thanks to the ultra sensitive touch interface. Soft touches of your fingers pick up calls, and stronger taps correct the volume. I wonder if it is going to be easy for most people, many of us are not so gentle to find a button somewhere they don't see and stroke it with the necessary pressure.

The Tapster features Bluetooth 2.1+EDR A2DP for you to listen to the music, as well as Ever Clear technology to filter out noise, AVRCP, HSP, and HFP. FullSound chip decompresses your music files enhancing the sound, it restores the music’s original dynamics, stereo effects, bass and treble to reveal previously unheard detail without distortion. FullSound is enabled out of the box, and can be turned off and on.

As you disconnect the headset, the calls start to be transferred directly to your cellphone."