Thursday, August 13, 2009

Beats By Dre, Joint Venture With Hewlett Packard Laptops

A deal is currently in the works between mega-computer conglomerate Hewlett-Packard computers and Jimmy Iovine/Dr.Dre of Inter Scope Records. This deal will develop a music package for intention of helping to stimulate the creativity in the music making-listening demographics. Years locked in the studio has convinced Dr.Dre that the music fans simply aren't receiving the full high quality sound of the music on average ear bud head phones. "Hear what you've been missing" is the tag line for this product.

Further more, this package will includes HP laptop computers accompanied by Beats by Dre headphones which will be sold in a bundle to new customers through retail stores (such as Best Buy, Future Shop, etc.). The package will also provide users with some sort of music soft ware that will be used in conjunction with the headphones and laptop. This is a joint effort that aims to further develop the quality of digital music creation.

Everyone who is anyone in the music business knows about these headphone sets that were released by pioneering producer Dr.Dre earlier last year, January 6th, 2008. Countless rap superstars, producers, artists and even celebrity rap music fans such as basketball star Lebron James have all been spotted rocking these dope headphones. It is also worth mentioning that this product has been "placed" in numerous hit music videos by high profile rap artists as well as musicians outside of the hip hop genre. Executive Jimmy Iovine is said to being brokering the deal between the rap artist-producer and the corporate giant HP.

Check out more information on the Monster Beats By Dr.Dre headphones at the site What do you think about these headphones, have you copped a set yet? It's quite the price tag, but I hear there is a noticeable different in the sound quality when listening to the music, which after all, is what this is all about.

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