Free yourself from the tyranny of cables with the Anycom BluNa, a Bluetooth adapter for iPod nano. It draws power from the nano and sends its signals to either Anycom BSH-100 headphones (pictured above), or any other Bluetooth-compatible device.

Anycom has gone out of its way to make BluNa easy to use, omitting a pairing button so Bluetooth's pesky getting-to-know-you process is a snap. It also uses the Bluetooth remote control function (AVRCP) standard, letting you control the iPod from a stereo headphone with transport controls.


Introduced in June, the Anycom BluNa retails for $120, and can be used with any iPod with a dock connector.

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