Wireless Headphones: Best Way To Keep Wires Away From Your Ipod

Wireless Headphones: Best Way To Keep Wires Away From Your Ipod

Range Govindan
Oct 9, 2008

We've all had the problem. Either the cord is all tangled up, or it's just mixed up. Wires are bad, and nowhere is this more apparent then when you are on the go with your iPod playing your favorite tunes. The wireless revolution is slowly touching all manner of new products. Having wireless headphones on your iPod is just so neat. Now wires, no fuss, no muss. With that being said, we're proposing two solutions to your wireless life, suiting different budgets and different looks.

Onyko Wireless Mobile Headphones
The Onyko MHP-UW2 is a new and upcoming pair of wireless headphones that operate on the common 2.4Ghz frequency. There is a receiver to plug into the bottom of your iPod for it to work. These are for people who like having bigger headphones, that go all around your ears. They aren't that big, but they are bigger than most in ear headphones. These headphones will be available in November in Japan for about $197.

Logitech FreePulse

The Logitech FreePulse headphones have been around for a little while, but we don't see many people with them. They are made for iPods and also come with remote volume control. That way you'll just keep your iPod in your pocket, where it belongs. These are the around the neck type headphones. However, they are extremely light, at around 2.1 ounces, and retail for about $100, but we've seen them for about $72 on Amazon. If you are willing to invest a little more money, then Logitech also makes a pair with more remote controls on the headphones, letting you change tracks, play and pause them while never taking out your iPod. They sell for about $182.


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