Logitech Wireless Headphones for iPod ReviewPosted on 2005-09-26 00:43:06 by LSDsmurf
Bluetooth technology is now widely used on portable devices such as mobile phones as a standard for wireless interconnectivity, especially when it comes to pairing headsets/hands-free units. Tapping into the less congested and burgeoning market of portable media players, Logitech has launched a set of unique wireless headphones specifically designed for the iPod based on the Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP). What makes the Logitech Wireless Heaphones for iPod special is that you don't just listen to your music, you can control it too. The Logitech Wireless Headphones for iPod is one of the few Bluetooth headphones for the iPod that comes with integrated remote controls. You control the basic functions of the iPod such as volume, play/pause and track selection on the headphones itself with your iPod sitting far away on its docking station or tucked away in a bag. The headphones uses advanced Bluetooth 1.2 technology, which includes adaptive frequency hopping to ensure interference-free listening at all times and as a Class 2 device, it stays connected for up to 10 meters without loosing its signal. Head over to HardwareZone to learn more about this pair of headphones from Logitech.
Link: Hardware Zone