NOX Audio has said that it’ll showcase Admiral an Admiral Touch at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) with the help of the Grammy Award-winning artist T-Pain.
T-Pain is expected to make an appearance at the NOX booth during the convention. He is also now the official spokesperson for the company’s Admiral line of headsets, a range of wireless, surround-sound products that were unveiled earlier this year at Consumer Electronic Show (CES (News - Alert)).
“NOX's Admiral product line is awesome for all types of audio lovers, and the headsets are the kind of thing I would buy for myself,” T-Pain said.
Julie Ma, president at NOX Audio, said that bringing T-Pain on board to be an official part of the Admiral launch is a key part of NOX's audio revolution. “His legendary status as a performer and in the recording industry overall makes him a perfect match for the Admiral -- the most advanced and ground-breaking headset line yet.”
The Admiral features Dolby Digital 7.1 Surround Sound and Bluetooth functionality. Company officials said that it’ll to be a one-of-a-kind headset, peerless in terms of connectivity and usability.
Additionally, the company is developing an upgraded model, the Admiral Touch. This model is expected to feature both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capability in addition to a built-in LCD touchscreen powered by the Android operating system (OS) -- touted as the first in the audio industry.
The Admiral Touch will support applications and gesture controls, creating an immersive gaming and home theater experience, said company officials. Plus, the standard Admiral headset can be upgraded to the Admiral Touch at any time by purchasing an easy-to-install upgrade Touch module.
Solteras Inc. owned NOX Audio is a developer of audio and acoustic products, NOX creates innovative, versatile products with killer sound and revolutionary design.
Last year in November, NOX Audio NOX Audio introduced the Scout headset, the second in its line of audiophile-quality products.
Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny