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TEN updates naviPlay to work with Bluetooth phones

imageTEN Technology today announced that it has upgraded its naviPlay Bluetooth wireless stereo remote and iPod adaptor (iLounge Rating: A-) to connect wirelessly to Bluetooth enabled mobile phones.

“With the updated naviPlay Kit, users will never have to sacrifice entertainment for fear of missing a call,” TEN says. “When there is an incoming call, the user will hear ring tones in their headphones and can take the call with the built-in microphone in the naviPlay Handsfree Stereo Remote. When the call is ended, the music will resume playing.”

The company said that starting May 23, naviPlay units without the new hands-free feature can be updated with a free downloadable firmware update from its website. The naviPlay is compatible with all Dock Connector iPods (3G/4G, photo and mini) and retails for $199.

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Now *that’s* spiffy.

Will you update the review to demonstrate this functionality?

Posted by Jerrod H. on May 18, 2005 at 5:55 PM (CDT)


I’m waiting for the iMuffs from Wi-Gear: http://www.wi-gear.com. It’s got everything built into sweet looking headphone!

Posted by SnappyMP on May 20, 2005 at 6:40 PM (CDT)

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