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Arriva prepping "wireless" iPod shuffle headphones

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While other companies rely on newfangled technologies like Bluetooth to make their headphones wireless, Arriva has taken a slightly different tact, choosing instead to simply increase the proximity of the player to the headphones. That proposition is made somewhat more reasonable by the diminutive size of the 2G iPod shuffle, which Arriva's still-in-development headphones are specially designed to attach to. Given that the company admits to a bit of Photoshop work in the image above, however, we wouldn't bet on them being available anytime soon, although the company is promising to produce 'em in all the shuffle's various colors.

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