TEN Technology has just released a versatile new pair of Bluetooth headphones that both communicate with their naviPlay Bluetooth Adapter for iPod (included in the package) and also serve as a headset for Bluetooth-enabled cellphones. Furthermore, the naviPlay Bluetooth Stereo Headset can stream tunes from any A2DP-equipped handset or DAP as well as being a VoIP headset for PCs that sport Bluetooth. TEN went with an "old school high end design" for this model which go over the user's head, as opposed to behind the neck, include buttons for volume, track, and call control, and feature a rechargeable battery with a claimed 8-hour duration. These multi-functional 'phones are available online, immediately at Dr. Bott and at the Apple Store Online later this month, for $200.

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