We haven’t really brought you up to speed about this week’s E3 conference, because who really has time to play video games anyway? But if it’s an amazing noise cancelling headphone that you’re after, well then the annual E3 event might be right up your alley. Of course, the T-Pain endorsed noise cancelling headphones from NOX aren’t anything new – but those at E3 loved them nonetheless.
Back in January, the NOX Admiral headphones were the headsets on everyone’s mind – and not just because DJ Envy from New York’s Power 105.1 hailed them the “Rolls Royce of headphones.” More than just an escape from the ambient sounds of public spaces, this luxury headphone features a LCD color touchscreen that runs on Android 2.1 on an ARM 11 chip. These high tec headphones not only store up to 1 GB of flash and feature 256MB of RAM, but are cool for both the looks and features.
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Along with its sharp exterior, the device actually does a great job of blocking out the sound (generally the main attraction to a noise cancelling headphone). Along with its upscale technology, there’s a place for USB connection and microSD slot, so when Android’s true potential is revealed, the Admiral really will be the top of the line.
Sure, it’s got the endorsement of T-Pain and Bluetooth connectivity, but that doesn’t mean that this device isn’t well worth it. Its slew of amenities make the NODX Admiral some of the most unique, and supplement heavy noise cancelling headphones on the market – and the features don’t stop there. As it’s compatible with the Xbox 360, PS3, iPhone, iPad and others, with a 71. Dolby digital surround sound and retractable microphone boom, when the Admiral is in the house, you’re going to know it.