July 31, 2008
Batteries Not Required - Lightspeed Zulu:P
Lightspeed Aviation announced its newest iteration of the Zulu ANR headset—the Zulu:P. Running from panel power instead of two AA batteries, the Zulu:P uses the same six-pin LEMO connector as the Bose X. The elimination of the battery compartment lightens the headset a little from its original 13 ounces and keeps the "my batteries just died" rumble away. Given the capabilities of the headset, including a Bluetooth connection to cell phones and a wired interface…
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