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BluNa Bluetooth adapter for iPod nano introduced

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Anycom Technologies has introduced BluNa, a new Bluetooth adapter designed specifically for the iPod nano. The device transmits music wirelessly from the nano to any Bluetooth receiver, including speakers, headphones, computers or stereo systems. BluNa features automatic device pairing and is compatible with Bluetooth products from Anycom and companies such as Logitech, Motorola or Plantronics. The BluNa adapter can be purchased separately ($120) or in a bundle with the Anycom BIWAS-20 Bluetooth speakers ($350) or Anycom BSH-100 headphones ($230). It will ship later this month.

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1

That is the fucking shit… I WANT ONE!

Posted by Russell on May 9, 2006 at 12:48 PM (CDT)

2

does anybody knows if they’ll work with RAZRWIRE from OAKLEY???

Posted by dhoyos on May 9, 2006 at 1:35 PM (CDT)

3

@dhoyos
It does!

Posted by Berlinator on May 9, 2006 at 3:56 PM (CDT)

4

OOOOHHHHHHHH.  I’ve been wanting one of these for a while now.  The ones out now are bulky and look like ice packs.  I wonder if this is BlueTooth 2.0.  I’d use it to connect to my Alpine system in the truck.  I’m excited….

Posted by Sean on May 9, 2006 at 5:41 PM (CDT)

5

It isn’t 2.0, Blutooth 1.2. But as already stated, no problem by me considering its size and lack of being the size of the device it is trying to make wireless. I look forward to reviews and release.

Posted by divigation on May 9, 2006 at 6:44 PM (CDT)

6

$120 for a wireless connection to speakers, headphones, computer? Why not just use FM transmitter(much cheaper)? Why so high priced? I just paid $25 for a cell phone BT adapter and it is duplex!

Posted by Don on May 9, 2006 at 7:21 PM (CDT)

7

the anycom website actually says that the bluna is for many different ipods, not just the nano. Apparently there is an extra piece that adapts the unit to fit the ipod nano.

Posted by Ren on May 9, 2006 at 9:57 PM (CDT)

8

To #6,

Because FM transmitters SUCK.  I never understood why those Griffin iTrips were so popular.  How can anyone settle with “good” audio quality?  Nothing but the best.  Either a direct connection or an equivalent BlueTooth sollution…

Posted by Sean on May 10, 2006 at 1:29 AM (CDT)

9

Hi Ren,

The slider on the top of the BluNa just snaps off to fit other iPods with dock connectors—no additional hardware required :)

Posted by Mandy on June 6, 2006 at 12:13 PM (CDT)

10

Hey does anybody know if this will work with the logitech wireless headphones for ipod?  I was gonna get those but the transmitter that came with it wasn’t compatible for the nano, so i was just wondering if with this transmitter it would connect to the headphones? :) thanks

Posted by bryson on June 21, 2006 at 11:56 PM (CDT)

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