LG Electronics said that it will unveil its newest LG Tone Infinim (HBS-910) wireless around-the-neck headset at CES 2016 next week in Las Vegas. The updated LG Tone Infinim comes with a more contemporary design, improved audio quality, and enhanced consumer convenience, according to LG. The headsets are expected to become available in the U.S. in February with other key markets following soon after.
LG said that the upgraded device, which is the successor to the HBS-900, inherits the previous model’s “main strengths” like the wire retractable function and the Harman/Kardon audio quality. New is an upgraded Quad-Layer Speaker Technology that LG said delivers a premium audio experience with better balance across all sound ranges and an enhanced frequency response ratio that provides richer bass and crisper high notes.
“The original Tone Infinim set a new standard for wireless headset design,” Chung Sue-hyun, vice president of Innovative Personal Devices at LG Electronics, said in a statement. “We delivered an audio solution that offered days of battery life, a comfortable fit that didn’t fall off the neck when unused and most importantly, fantastic sound. It’s no wonder the LG Tone Infinim series is the most copied design in this product category.”