We have been writing about Bluetooth wireless systems for the iPod for several months now, but it seems a product that will cut the cable on the Apple player is finally heading for the stores.
At both MacExpo and CES Ten Technologies displayed the naviPlay – a Bluetooth wireless adaptor that allows third-generation iPod owners to ditch their earphone cords. Basically its transmitter plugs into the iPod while its adaptor can connect with any type of headphones or speakers. Its battery will run for about eight hours before it needs a recharge – spookily enough that’s the same as the iPod The naviPlay will debut in the US in the spring. There’s no price for the adaptor yet.