Sprint brings out an HDMI cable and headphones for HTC EVO 4G

Plantronics BackBeat 903

The HTC EVO 4G has already made a lot of flutter in the market with its feature packed productivity. Last month we had reported on its record breaking sales for the Sprint Network. Well, Sprint has come up with a myriad of additional accessories to optimize its HTC EVO 4G offering. With the HDMI cable and the headsets, users can seamlessly enhance their current smartphone experience.

The carrier pulls out a six-foot long HDMI cable priced at $29.99 for users who enjoy viewing the video memories captured from their device’s camcorders. They may connect their handset with the HDTV by plugging the cable into the port located below the phone. Audiophiles who enjoy listening to their favorite tracks or catching up on movies as they travel can do so through Plantronics BackBeat 903 Bluetooth Stereo headphones.

These are loaded with Altec Lansing sound technology which endows users with a crystal clear and full-spectrum stereo music. The BackBeat headsets equip a dual-mic AudioIQ noise-canceling technology enabling users to communicate without any hindrances. Priced at $99.99, they operate with any stereo Bluetooth devices. In order to make listening more pleasurable for those who are glued to their music, these headsets come with telescoping and rotating earpieces. Additionally, these can be folded and stored in the user’s bag or pocket.

However, if users find these prices too high they can opt for the wired stereo headset from Sprint obtainable for only $29.99. The headset is customized for the standard 3.5 mm headset jack present in the HTC EVO 4G. The headphone is designed with lightweight attributes and is easy to carry in the purse or bag. With its tangle-free cord and excellent sound quality, users can be sure to have an enticing listening experience. Enabled with embedded controls to access calls, volume adjustments and mute, the headset ensures that users need not have to keep their phone constantly on their ears.

The HDMI cable and the headsets are available at the Sprint Store or its website. All the prices are excluding taxes.