Princeton Technology's Bluetooth headphone adapter

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Princeton Technology's Bluetooth headphone adapter
Japan's Princeton Technology is set to release an iPod accessory for those not satisfied with the current crop of Bluetooth headphones, with its cleverly-named named "Wireless Headphone Adapter" providing a bring-your-own-phones alternative. You'll still have to find a way to deal with the headphones' existing wires, of course, but instead of stretching all the way to the iPod in your pocket (in this case it is strictly iPod-only), they'll now only have to find their way to the 3.5-millimeter jack on the remote in your other pocket. Those who prefer to wear their gadgets proudly can also make use of the remote's handy clip, although we suspect it'll attract a bit more attention than a shuffe if you wear it on your lapel. Look for the bundle to be available in Japan next month in your choice of white, sliver, or black for 12,800 Yen ($110), with the remote and adapter also available individually for 7,800 ($67).

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