naviPod Wireless Remote for iPods Announced
naviPod is the first wireless remote for the iPod consisting of a receiver that plugs into the top of the iPod and a 5-button infrared remote control that produces the same functions as the Apple iPod wired remote. “naviPod is really going to foster a change in the idea of stereo systems. With the naviPod and a pair of speakers, the iPod becomes a true alternative to the conventional stereo system,” says John Lin, CEO and founder of TEN Technology. naviPod for original iPod and naviPod for 3G iPod are available for pre-order from Dr. Bott for $49.95.
LOS ANGELES, June 12 /PRNewswire/—TEN Technology is proud to announce a hot new product: The TEN naviPod(TM)—the first wireless remote control for the Apple iPod(R).
naviPod is the first wireless remote for the iPod consisting of a receiver that plugs into the top of the iPod and a 5-button infrared remote control that produces the same functions as the Apple iPod wired remote. “naviPod is really going to foster a change in the idea of stereo systems. With the naviPod and a pair of speakers, the iPod becomes a true alternative to the conventional stereo system,” says John Lin, CEO and founder of TEN Technology.
naviPod was specifically designed to allow the Apple iPod user to control audio functions from across the room. Just plug in a pair of self-powered speakers, or connect to a stereo receiver/amplifier, and the iPod becomes the centerpiece of a digital entertainment system. Play/Pause, Next, Previous and Volume are all right at your fingertips. “naviPod is all about accessing your music how and where you want it,” said Eric Prentice, CEO of Dr. Bott LLC, “This product is innovative, elegant and intuitive. It is always a pleasure to bring a great product like naviPod to market!”
Compatibility: naviPod is available in two models, both sporting an audio out port and chrome stand. naviPod for original iPod is compatible with all generation 1 and 2 iPods with Firewire port and includes a pass-through Firewire port for keeping the iPod charged. naviPod for 3G iPod is compatible with all iPods with the new Dock Connector.
Pricing & Availability: naviPod for original iPod and naviPod for 3G iPod are available for pre-order from Dr. Bott and its authorized resellers along with the Apple online store. Both models of naviPod retail for $49.95US/$69.95CAN.
About TEN Technology: TEN Technology of Los Angeles, California is a division of TEN Ventures Inc. who bring to market products that enhance and leverage leading consumer technologies. http://www.tentechnology.com
About Dr. Bott LLC: Dr. Bott LLC of Wilsonville, Oregon is a manufacturer and distributor of Macintosh peripherals dedicated to serving resellers, VARs, and consultants with third party Macintosh products.
Reseller inquiries: Dr. Bott LLC at (503) 582-9944 or by fax at (503) 682-6767, or visit http://www.drbott.com .
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