Dell is set to unveil its latest wireless headset at CES next month, but the company is not expected to launch it before the end of the year.
The company’s first wireless headset, the DVA Pro, was released in February last year.
At that time, the company was hoping to unveil it at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Instead, the headset was delayed to June due to the death of the company’s chief executive, John Mack, who was shot in the head in a 2012 bar fight.
The DVA, which was described as “an advanced wireless headset with wireless wireless connectivity”, will also be made by Sony.
The headset is a hybrid between the Dva Pro and DVA S headset, and has a curved plastic shell with a metal ring on the top.
It comes in three colors: Black, Red and White.
It will be sold at a starting price of €1,499 ($2,499), and will be available on Dell’s website and Amazon.com in the US and Canada in early 2017.
Dell’s latest headset will be the company, which is also developing the wireless headsets of its new line of mobile phones.
The company is expected to release at least two more wireless devices by the end, as well as an upcoming smartphone.
The companies are not expected just to release their first devices in the near future, as they are still working on their own headsets.
Apple’s new iPhone 8 and 9 devices will be released later this year, and a new Apple TV model is expected later this month.
Microsoft has also said it will release a wireless headset sometime this year.
However, the most significant wireless headsets, such as the Apple headset, are likely to be made and sold by Chinese companies, as the world’s two largest smartphone makers have already been selling their devices for some time.
The US market for wireless headsets has been one of the most important areas for Apple and Samsung, which were competing fiercely in the wireless market during the last year of their respective smartphone eras.
Apple was able to gain significant market share by developing and selling a wireless earbuds with built-in microphones, and by building its own earbud that would connect to a smartphone via Bluetooth.
Samsung, meanwhile, is likely to unveil a wireless-capable earbuddy device sometime this month, while Lenovo and HTC are expected to unveil their own wireless earphones sometime this autumn.
Microsoft is also expected to introduce a wireless headphone device, which could be similar to the Apple and Sony earbods that were previously mentioned.
Apple has said it is planning to introduce the iPhone X, its new flagship smartphone, in the first half of next year.