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iQua produces shuffle-like Bluetooth headset

updated 01:30 pm EST, Tue December 26, 2006

iQua Bluetooth Headset

iQua today began carrying its simple BHS-302 wireless headset for cellphone users. The company breaks with the traditional one-piece shape by breaking the speaker away from the receiver: callers can attach the iPod shuffle-like receiver to their clothes or a bag through an integrated clip. The separated hardware is better-suited to joggers or others who might otherwise lose a headset through exercise, iQua says. Simple controls allow for quickly answering or rejecting calls, which can last as long as 9 hours courtesy of a built-in battery. iQua retails the headset today in black, silver, or white trim for $50 through its online store. [Via Chip Chick]



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