NaviPod Wireless Remote For IPod

Posted: Nov 1 2003, 9:50pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:47am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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naviPod Wireless Remote For iPod
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Ten Technology offers a wireless remote control for the Apple iPod.

The naviPod consists of a 5-button infrared remote control and a receiver unit that plugs directly into the top of the iPod. By connecting the iPod to a stereo receiver or pair of self-powered speakers combined with the naviPod and the result is a full iPod powered audio system. The naviPOD remote allows to control the iPod's Play/Pause, Next, Previous, and Volume functions. sells the naviPod for the original iPod and the naviPod for the new 3G iPod for $49.88.

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  • Uses infra-red remote technology
  • Receiver is powered by iPod connection
  • Remote is powered by button-cell battery (included)
  • Simple, elegant, and a must-have for all who use the iPod with speakers
  • 1 year manufacturer's warranty
  • Size: 2.5" diameter x 0.5" thick
  • Power: CR2032 Lithium Cell (included)

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