NFC Bluetooth headphones with aptX low latency Tap-to-Pair with Your Smart Phone

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Have you ever wondered what makes tap-and-go services like Apply pay and Android Pay work? Yes, I wondered. And I know this technology called "NFC" from advertisement for Android smartphone. So what is NFC exactly?

 

"NFC", short of "Near Field Communication", is a method of wireless data transfer without an internet connection in a very short range (about 4 inches). You literally just tap the two devices together or wave them close to each other. They are connected. It's very simple, right?

 

Actually, NFC technology has evolved from RFID (radio frequency identification). Once the two NFC devices get closed, the NFC chips in both devices were activated, a small amount of data was exchanged between the two devices.

 

What can I do with NFC right now? There are lots of things that we can do with NFC tech. Here are a few examples: wireless wallet, instant file sharing such as Android Beam, NFC Bluetooth headphones etc.

 

NFC makes Bluetooth pairing as simple ad plugging in a cable. How about the security? Let's tackle this scary issue with the point that NFC chips in your cards or phones can not be skimmed unless they are with mere centimeters of a potential thief. That's just the way the technology works.

 

You've probably heard of Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with NFC technology. Jabra motion and Mixcder HD601 headphones, they both support NFC instant pairing. Jabra motion headset is designed for most phone calls. Mixcder HD601 over ear Bluetooth headset supports aptX low latency, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC tech, dual sound effect (balanced sound or deep bass). So many features with HD 601, why not have a try with this headphones? And the price is very reasonable, only $ 99.99 per pair.

 

But please note that Wireless Bluetooth headset with NFC can only be matched with Android smartphones with NFC. Apple's NFC is currently limited to Apple Pay.

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