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Optoma releases NE750M, NE800M to NuForce Legacy earbuds line

Optoma is expanding its audio portfolio, offering the NE750M and NE800M earbuds

Michael Hatamoto | Jan 7, 2015 at 11:27 am CST (1 min, 4 secs time to read)

CES 2015 - Optoma announced it acquired NuForce at the end of 2014, and didn't waste any time before adding to the NuForce line, launching the NE750M and NE800M earbuds. It's good to see Optoma decide to continue expanding the NuForce product line in 2015, and launching something so quickly after the acquisition.

Optoma releases NE750M, NE800M to NuForce Legacy earbuds line | TweakTown.com

The NE750M are made up with an aluminum body that was designed to be comfortable and durable. Owners can answer and disconnect from calls directly through the earbuds, along with navigating their playlist.

The NE800M are made from carbon fiber, promising reduced vibrations that help provide a clearer sound quality. With a frequency response from 10Hz to 40kHz, there is a bit of additional sound quality delivered when compared to the NE750M.

Both products will be available by the end of Q1 this year, with the NE750M available for $99 MSRP and NE800M available for $199 MSRP.

"When we decided to move into the audio space, we knew NuForce had the experience in the market we waned," said Jon Grodem, senior director of product management of Optoma. "We've expanded the NuForce offerings by creating the NE750M and NE800M in order to continue the NuForce commitment and legacy in creating affordable and high-quality earphones for all musical tastes."

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