Lately iFrogz has been known more for its iPhone and iPad cases, with its EarPollution earbuds and earphones taking a back seat. However, the company has recently refocused on its music oriented products, rolling out a new iFrogz Audio line, combined with a new iFrogz Power collection of cables and splitters designed to make teenagers’ (and a few adults’) mobile lives more complete.
“We have recognized the opportunity to create new lines of products that would appeal to a more sophisticated audiophile,” said iFrogz product manager Ben Godfrey, in a statement. “Our iFrogz Audio and iFrogz Power lines offer great style, durability, new functionality and, of course, an excellent listening experience.”
The bulkiest members of the iFrogz Audio family are the Vertex over-the-ear headphones featuring 40mm drivers, AeroFoam cushions, and an inline microphone so users can take calls without having to fiddle with their headset. iFrogz says the headphones are lightweight and foldable for easy portability—and they carry a suggested price of $49.99. Folks who prefer an on-ear solution can go for the new Frequency headphones, which feature a woven code and the ability to fold flat for transport and storage. Folks who want the more-compact experience of earbuds can check out the Transport and TimbrePro: the Transports feature a modern look and colored anti-tangle cord, while the TimbrePros feature a (tiny) speaker chamber made from real wood. Both feature an an inline mic for calls. The Transports have a suggested price of $39.99, while the TimbrePros go for $49.99.
iFrogz is also beefing up its accessories with the iFrogz Power line, including UniqueSync 30-pin charge-and-sync cables for iPods, iPads, and iPhones—it distinguishes itself from other cables on the market by (you guessed it) color. iFrogz keeps the color theme going with brightly colored 3.5mm aux and extension cables, as well as splitter so two people can share the same audio feed in privacy.
iFrogz isn’t giving up on its EarPollution line: although it’ll be integrated with the iFrogz Audio family, the company has also rolled out new Evolution and noise-isolating, industrial-ish Legion earbuds to the line.