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Muzik Headphones Share What You’re Listening to on Facebook, Twitter

by Conner Flynn
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Love music? Want to share what you are listening to with your friends on Facebook? Muzik smart headphones have the unique ability to share the track you are listening to on social networks.

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These over the ear headphones have touch controls on the right earcup that let you control several functions. You can increase or decrease volume, change tracks or post what you’re listening to Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. Just press the share button the headphones will post the track information to your social networks. Pretty cool huh?

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The Muzik headphones will retail for $299(USD) and will arrive in the fourth quarter of the year. They even have an accelerometer, so that when you take your headphones off, they stop playing music.

[via SlashGear]

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