Munitio makes the only 'bullet' we'd ever want to take to the head.
Usually when there's a bullet plugged into someone's ear, they're not getting up, at least not until they respawn. A company called Munitio, however, has built a pair of bullet-shaped earphones that aren't lethal. If you're familiar with the company, you know the referenced earphones as the Nines, which are shaped like tactical 9mm bullets. Munitio's relaunching the Nines with added features for mobile devices, and the company also shared a brand new product with us at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
The redesigned Nines will ship in February for $149 and feature an in-line 3-button control for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad devices.
Our CES interrogator and Online Editor Jimmy Thang also dug up some intel on Muniti's over-the-ear Pro40 headphones. The Pro40s march into battle with 40mm titanium-coated dynamic drivers and a custom tuned Bass Enhancing Chamber. They'll have dual interchangeable cables, a cloth covered 3-button in-line controller, and come enclosed in a premium molded nylon hard shell case with attachment D-ring and carabineer. Look for the Pro40 headphones to ship in April for $349 MSRP.
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