25
Jul
06

Earbuds without wires? soon with the iPOD Bluetooth Adaptor

jabra bluetooth

Since Apple seems to be in no hurry to put Bluetooth in their iPods, Jabra is doing it for them. The Jabra A125s is a small adapter which just connects to the slot on your iPod and gives you instant Bluetooth. It will work on most iPods and Nanos. With it, you can listen to your music via Bluetooth headsets (which Jabra will also sell you – they suggest their BT620s model as the perfect companion) without having to worry about all the cords and the confusion they can cause. The adapter fits into a recharger which is also compatible with a headset, so you can charge both at once, or you can use a mini USB charging jack. With a single charge you can enjoy 10 hours of continuous listening, or up to 250 hours of standby.

The Jabra A125s will hit the US stores in August at a cost of US$75.


3 Responses to “Earbuds without wires? soon with the iPOD Bluetooth Adaptor”


  1. 1 Theodore
    November 19, 2006 at 12:54 am

    Hi everyone.
    What’s a good alternative to the IPOD?
    I’m wondering if any of you can recommend a good MP3 player that is comparable to the IPod but WITHOUT they hype and price tabe to go with it.
    I was at the apple store a few days ago, and really liked the new 40GB or 80GB IPods that also show video, but was wondering if I could get the same kind of funcationality without that heftly price tag.

  2. 2 ssk
    November 22, 2006 at 3:16 pm

    creative zen vision m

  3. November 23, 2006 at 11:36 am

    I must agree, the Creative ones look very good.
    But most similar players have similar prices.

    thanks for the post ssk


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