CES 2011: iWave to Launch MTV Collection Music Gear
MTV music gear to debut at CES
iWave has all sorts of audio gear that it offers to folks that have music phones and MP3 players. The company makes some pretty cool stuff and has been around for a while now. At CES 2011, iWave will be unveiling new gear in a brand partnership with MTV. The new gear is mostly audio stuff, but will include other things too with cases for smartphones like the iPhone.
The most appealing of the new gear for music fans will probably be the new iWave MTV headphones, even though they are in a light purple color that make them more for ladies than guys. The entire iWave collection won’t hit until the spring of 2011 and when the stuff does land, it will be selling in the $9.99 to $39.99 price range.
Other than headphones and an iPhone, case there will be a cool set of speakers, and a couple more sets of headphones. The full details on the gear are not offered at this time.
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