June 30, 2006
Jabra A125 Bluetooth for iPod coming in August
While the folks at Apple haven’t thought of incorporating Bluetooth in iPods, the leaders in Bluetooth stereo headsets, Jabra, has taken care of that. Jabra has unveiled A125s Adaptor for iPod which is the perfect way for Bluetooth enabling an iPod so you can enjoy music wirelessly via Bluetooth stereo headset or headphones. The small adapter connects to the slot on your iPod and the real feat is that the adapter is compatible with almost all iPod and nano versions. In addition, it provides you with wireless music streaming from an iPod to a Jabra or other Bluetooth stereo headset or headphone. On a single charge, the adapter provides you with 10hrs of playback and 250 hrs of standby time.
The Jabra A125s will hit the stores in August at a cost of $75.
Specifications• Compatible with most iPods, iPod Mini’s and Nano’s.
• Indispensable companion for the BT620s (same charger)
• 10 hours of music streaming
• 250 hours of stand by
• Mini USB charging jack
• Bluetooth 1.2 incl. A2DP, AVRCP
• Remote the iPod from the headset (play, pause, stop, prev./next track, FFWD, RWD)