Thursday, December 13, 2007

iPhone/iPod Headset


Peripherals manufacturer USBfever recently announced iPhone/iPod Stereo Handsfree that could function as a replacement for users who've lost or broken their original headset. The headset currently features a four foot cord, "answer/end call" button and built-in microphone. USBfever has stated that while the headphones can also be used to listen to music on the iPod classic, iPod touch, iPod Shuffle and second and third generation of the iPod nano, the button and microphone will not function on these models. The iPhone/iPod Stereo Handsfree headset is available for US$20 and is available through the company's web site.


1 comment:

elbert said...

Just a heads up in case your readers are interested in replacement iPhone Headsets for their iPhone, iPod, or Mac.