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Noontec Zoro II Wireless Special Edition Headphones Review

Introduction


Noontec are a name we’ve seen here on eTeknix a few times before, and every time, we’ve been suitably impressed that the Australian audio experts know how to make a premium quality headset in terms of design, build quality and crystal clear acoustic performance. Now we’re back with Noontec again to take a look at their latest flagship mobile headset, the ZORO II Wireless Hi-Fi Headphones Special Edition. Equipped with USB, 3.5mm and Bluetooth with NFC connectivity, there’s not much they can’t connect to, regardless of whether you’re at home or on the go.

Picking the right set of headphones is never easy, but with extensive connectivity options, a foldable lightweight and durable design, and built-in controls, Noontec is making things a lot easier by giving you what sounds like an ideal all-in-one solution. The Zoro II Wireless come with apt-X support, Votrik drivers, a powerful built-in battery, and an 8 device memory for quick pairing between different devices. Now, let’s grab the box and take a closer look at what’s on offer!

Features

  • Premium wireless sound.
  • apt-X lossless and high-quality audio.
  • SCCB acoustic technology.
  • Exclusive Votrik high-definition drivers.
  • 35-hour long battery life.
  • Pairing with up to 8 devices. NFC supported.
  • Wireless and Wired dual-purpose design.
  • Miniaturized and Foldable.
  • Exclusive carbon fiber hard carrying case.

Contents

  • 1 * Zoro II Wireless Headphones;
  • 1 * Audio Cable;
  • 1 * USB Cable;
  • 1 * Carbon fiber Hard Carrying Case

Packaging & Accessories

The box is compact and nicely designed, with a clear image of the headset up front.

Around the back, a little information on the features, and some info down the side, such as the Bluetooth support, cables, etc.

The box opens out, with a handy setup guide right on the top, showing you how to wire or pair the headset.

Remove the protective wrapping and you’ll find this gorgeous carbon fibre carry case, which is certainly going to do a great job of keeping your headset safe between uses, while also being great for those who travel with their headset in their backpack.

Open it up, and you’ll find the headset neatly folded away in one side, and all the cables stored safely in compartments on the other.

There’s a USB recharging cable included, as well as a flat-style tangle free 3.5mm cable, and the headset (obviously).

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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