New York - Monster introduced a new line of Nick Cannon-branded
headphones, and released product details about its recently announced Monster
Digital line of memory cards.
line of on-ear and in-ear headphones. Two models currently make up the
youth-targeted line: the on-ear NTune ($149) and in-ear Nergy ($69.95), both
available in January.
Features of the NTunes include Monster's signature tangle-free
cable and a right-angle connector.
The Nergy ear buds are designed to snap together magnetically to
create a necklace when not being used, Monster said.
Both models have the NCredible medallion, as well Monster's
ControlTalk Universal hands-free controls.
For its entry into memory cards, Monster plans to use durability
as the feature that will set it apart from competitors. The SD and MicroSD
cards are designed to be waterproof up to 2.6 meters for 30 minutes, as well as
impact- and extreme-temperature-resistant. Products also offer high magnetic
resistance to prevent damage or erasure from both household devices and
security scanners, Monster said.
They will be available at the end of the month. Capacities and
pricing are as follows:
Pricing for the
128GB hasn't been set yet.