The first collection of the Angry Birds PowerLocus P2 Kids headphones is available now following the deal between Rovio and PowerLocus.
Rovio has teamed up with consumer technology brand PowerLocus to launch a range of Angry Birds children’s headphones, in a deal facilitated by Angry Birds’ global licensing agency IMG.
The eye-catching headphones collection aims to make listening to music, watching videos and remote learning more enjoyable for kids. The first collection of the Angry Birds PowerLocus P2 Kids headphones comes in four colour variations featuring the characters in fun prints.
The wireless headphones deliver crisp HD stereo sound with a great bass, while having a safety volume limitation of 85 db. The foam-lined top and soft protein pads perfectly cover the ears and provide excellent sound insulation ensuring comfort even after prolonged wear. The headphones are also equipped with a microphone, making them suitable for online classes. Meanwhile, the uninterrupted Bluetooth connection with a range of up to 10 metres guarantees trouble-free operation for little ones who can’t stay in one place for long. Compatible with iOS, Android, Windows, Mac and others, the Angry Birds P2 children’s headphones are available now.
“We are delighted to be able to extend our fast-growing range of children headphones with these new Angry Birds designs,” said Alexander Glushkov, co-founder of PowerLocus. “I truly believe that partnerships like this promote quality time and fun. Although, we have amazingly colourful designed products in-house, joining forces with Red, Chuck, Bomb and the rest of the bird gang will make listening to music even more enjoyable to children and Angry Birds fans all over the globe.”
Andy Birds has over 5b downloads, 25m social media followers and 96% brand awareness. 2022 saw the launch of two new games, Angry Birds Journey and Angry Birds Classic, as well as the debut of the first Angry Birds long-form series Angry Birds: Summer Madness on Netflix. The brand is also continuously finding and engaging with new audiences through location-based entertainment and crossovers with other games such as Minecraft and Roblox.