Philips M2BT: A compact and comfortable on-ear Bluetooth headphone
I'm David Carnoy and I'm here with this Philips Fidelio M2.
This, as you can see, is an on ear headphone and it's based on the M1 design that had headphone had been out for a while.
But this is a wireless headphone.
It is a Bluetooth Stereo headphone.
It has a really nice design.
It is a comfortable headphone, relatively lightweight for a Bluetooth headphone.
Like a lot of these types of headphones, it has some controls right on the headphones themselves.
This one is a kind of a rocker switch.
It allows you to raise and lower volume as well as answer and end calls, and skip tracks forward and back.
They're a little pricey at $300.
Hopefully, the street price will be less when they come out in March.
As far as battery life goes.
It's rated at ten hours and if the battery does die, you can plug-in a cord and go into corded mode.
And listen to the music that way.
So there you have it the Phillips Fidelio M2.
Due out this March for $300.
I'm David [UNKNOWN].
Thanks for watching.
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