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Parrot Zik 3

by Simon Yuen on Oct 2, 2015 in Products
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The new Parrot Zik 3 is a wireless headset designed by Philippe Starck

The elegant new headset incorporates croc-texture leather material with over-stitched design details, and an enlarged headband for increased comfort. Designed by Philippe Starck, a French designer well-known for his interior, product and architectural design, Zik 3 comes with a wireless charger and is compatible with wireless Qi Chargers. After two hours of charging time, it can be used for up to 18 hours.

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A feature of the design in the headset’s ability to adjust volume, change tracks and even pause the music, by a simple touch to the right earpiece. Zik 3 is compatible with all mobile phones on the market, and it also accepts various music sources like audio via Bluetooth and through a three-point mini jack cable for the connection to all audio and video systems. The Apple Watch and Android Wear are compatible too.

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Zik 3 can capture surrounding noise, and an algorithm combines these signals to generate opposing acoustic waves, creating noise reduction up to 30 decibels. Phone conversations are also clear thanks to an algorithm that isolates the speaker's voice from surrounding noises.

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