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CONNECTIVITY: More iPod related Bluetooth products to hit the market
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 24.05.05 - 22:14:18 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 7981x
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Last Sunday, I wrote here about "Ten's Bluetooth naviPlay Kit" for iPods which combines the wireless joy of listening your music and also connects to your Bluetooth enabled mobile phone.
Now WI-GEAR announced their "iMuffs Stereo Bluetooth Headphones" which does the same but looks also nice and the features are impressive as they are for the Ten naviPlay Kit.

  • Wireless Freedom
    Throw your iPod in your backpack and listen to your music wirelessly!
    No more cords to untangle or snag. Enjoy CD quality sound up to 30' (10m) away thanks to the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) and Bluetooth 1.2.
  • Never Miss a Call
    When your Bluetooth phone rings, the iMuffs automatically pause your iPod and ring in the headphones, and let you talk through the integrated microphone.
  • Ergonomic Controls
    Intuitive controls let you pause, change volume, skip tracks, and seek music right from the headset. It's all just a touch away.

The iMuffs works with Bluetooth 1.2 and supports the A2DP, AVRCP, Handsfree and Headset Bluetooth protocols up to 30'/10m.

The iMuffs aren't available yet nor is a price announced, however you can subscribe the mailing list to get a notification as soon as the iMuffs become available.

Another seet idea and I like the idea to include the iPod control into the headset.

Cheers ~ Arne

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