By Lisa Johnston
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ANYCOM Technologies, a provider or wireless data communication and Bluetooth technology, introduced what it's hailing as the first Bluetooth adapter designed especially for the iPod nano.
The BluNa is designed to transmit music wirelessly from the iPod nano to any Bluetooth receiver, including speakers, headphones, computers and stereo systems. By plugging the BluNa into a nano, users are supposed to receive automatic playability with the paired device. With no pairing button, pairing will be done automatically and stored for future connections, according to ANYCOM.
It is currently available at a $119 suggested retail and includes an AC power supply to charge the nano without a USB connection.
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