Creative announces Aurvana Air earphones

Stylish ear-bud headphones use the EaseFit ear-hook system

Creative Technology has announced the release of the Creative Aurvana Air earphones, a new addition to the Aurvana family of headphones which includes the Creative Aurvana X-Fi, Creative Aurvana DJ, Creative Aurvana In-Ear and Creative Aurvana Live!.

The Aurvana Air features a new "EaseFit" ear-hook design that rests the headphones on the wearer’s ears. 15.5mm neodymium magnets and high-performance drivers allow a frequency response of 20-20,000Hz and have a rated impedance of 32 ohms. The Creative Aurvana Air incorporates a cable-fit slider to manage excess cable and the sales package includes two pairs of foam ear-tips and a leather pouch.

The Creative Aurvana Air will be available from the online store in mid-May at a retail price of $299.95.

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