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BluNA gives Bluetooth capabilities to iPod nano

Say goodbye to your obsolete FM transmitter. You can now add Bluetooth capabilities to your Apple iPod nano thanks to a handy little adapter from ANYCOM Technologies. Dubbed the BluNa, this device is actually Apple approved, complete with a “Made for iPod” logo, and is the world’s first Bluetooth adapter for the iPod.

The BluNa adapter will pair up quite well with Bluetooth enabled car decks, like the recently released Pioneer DEH-P810, as well as any assortment of Bluetooth receiving speaker sets, headphones, computers, and the like. In fact, you’ll be able to enjoy your stored tunes in full stereo glory because the BluNa supports A2DP, in addition to standard Bluetooth 1.2, Class 2.

Available in black and white (depending on which nano you decided on in the first place, unless of course you’ve opted for one of the many nifty skins on the market), the ANYCOM BluNa will be available through many retailers – Buy.com, Amazon.com, and Office Depot, to name a few – for $120.

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