Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


The world’s first motion-activated headphones

Sony_headphones_145027324.jpgSeptember 21 – (Relaxnews)

Sony has created of the world’s first motion-activated headphones that function without the need to push buttons.

Listening to music on your mobile phone and accepting calls no longer has to interrupt your fingers announced Sony on September 21. Sony’s Motion Activated Headphones MH907 can answer a call and pause music while in play.

The headphones utilise Sony Ericsson’s SensMe Control technology to detect a user’s actions without them needing to touch a button.

To play music, the user places both earbuds into their ear. To answer a call or to pause music the user removes one earbud from their ear. Placing the earbud back into position will end the call and start the music playing again.

“With the MH907 consumers can pocket their phone but still stay connected all day, every day by simply plugging in or removing their earbuds – there is no need for a remote control or any buttons,” said Jacob Sten, senior vice president, SEMC Accessories.

“At Sony Ericsson we think it is very important to listen to what our customer needs and introducing the world’s first ever motion activated headphones highlights our commitment to offer our customers a complete Communications Entertainment experience. The MH907 supports our realigned brand strategy, which aims to build a fun, playful and inclusive interaction with consumers.”

The headphones will come in either a yellow and white combination or in titan chrome and will weigh about 25 g. The headphones are compatible with most Sony Ericsson phones that have a fast port connector.

The headphones will be available globally during the week of September 21 and will be priced at €39.00.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.
Click to comment

More on Capital Business

Executive Lifestyle

NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 12 – The country’s super wealthy individuals are increasing their holding of bonds, gold and cash, a new report by Knight...

Ask Kirubi

NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 9 – Businessman and industrialist Dr. Chris Kirubi has urged members of the public to exercise extreme caution when making any...

Ask Kirubi

NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 24 – Businessman and industrialist Dr. Chris Kirubi is set to own half of Centum Investment Company PLC, following a go-ahead...

Ask Kirubi

It is without a doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has caught the whole world by surprise. Although its full impact is yet to be...


NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun17 – Kenya’s tea leaves manufacturer Kericho Gold, has been awarded the Superbrands Seal by Superbrands East Africa for their quality variety...


NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 18 – Commercial Banks have been ordered to provide relief to borrowers on their personal loans, with loans eligible from March...


NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 13 – As the local telecommunications industry gears up to roll out 5G networks in the country, the Communications Authority of...


NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 22 – Airtel Kenya is offering free internet access for students in order to enable continued learning at home in the...