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Wi-Gear iMuffs Optimized for iPhone

Wi-Gear iMuffs Optimized for iPhone

Posted November 28, 2008 at 10:11am by iClarified · 7918 views
Wi-Gear is helping Apple iPhone users cut the cord with iMuffs, wireless headphones that are now optimized for iPhone use. Whether you’re pumping iron, waiting at an airport boarding gate or otherwise occupied, iMuffs deliver crystal-clear sound up to 40 feet away from the iPhone with no wires to get tangled and no need to interact directly with the music
player. Just stow your iPhone safely in a briefcase, gym bag or other area where it won’t get damaged while you’re busy doing your thing, and zone out.

Ergonomically designed iMuffs let you pause, rewind, adjust volume and change tracks right from the headset without touching the iPhone, thanks to easy-to-use and easy-to-reach controls. You can also answer incoming calls directly from the headphone using the integrated microphone, enjoying the same automatic music suspension that you get on your iPhone when a call comes in.

Designed to be worn comfortably behind the neck, iMuffs weigh just 2.2 ounces and are powered by a rechargeable lithium battery providing up to 20 hours of continuous playback time on a single charge.

iMuffs are charged using any computer's USB port or through an included travel charger. iMuffs work with the newest iPhone models as well as Apple iPod™ devices including the iPod classic,
iPod nano and iPod touch. They are also compatible with many popular Bluetooth-enabled mobile
phones.

iMuffs MB220 wireless headphones for iPhone are currently sampling and will be generally available in late November 2008 directly from Wi-Gear.

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brikz
brikz - November 30, 2008 at 2:21pm
And how big is the receiver piece sticking out of the bottom. That looks like it would be a problem, possibly snap off even.
Mark
Mark - November 30, 2008 at 2:12am
what's so special about this? this tech already exists with the Jabra BT620s + Jabra A125s, which i've got and works great on my iphone. great sound, same awesome features.
stevetheveg
stevetheveg - November 29, 2008 at 5:24am
They're bluetooth headphones, MiPhone66. The iPhone is elsewhere!
MiPhone66
MiPhone66 - November 29, 2008 at 2:09am
i360 is probably great if you have a nano. I don't think anybody is going to wear an iPhone on their head though.
Josh
Josh - November 29, 2008 at 1:45am
Those look cool...but have you heard about these? http://www.ithreesixty.com Stellar sound, total mobility for active people. Just got mine, so nice.
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