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Pulsar 590 Enables 33 Foot Audio Freedom

Plantronics has done it again. They have launched the Pulsar 590, a Bluetooth enabled audio component which is likely to be a hit with all people who like to listen to music on the move. The Bluetooth headset also switches seamlessly from music to phone mode when a call is coming in.

A unique feature is that it’s not limited to Bluetooth compatible devices. An additional universal adapter can add compatibility to a laptop, iPod or any other device with a headphone jack.

Other than the universal adapter, the Pulsar 590 also allows greater mobility to users as it works up to 33 feet away from the mobile device, computer or audio device. The power packed Pulsar 590 also promises a marathon of talk time, 12 hours and continuous music listening of 10 hours.

Pulsar 590 is expected to retail at $149.99 with an additional $50 for the universal adapter.

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