IWave Grass Roots Collection Of Eco Accessories Debut At CES 2010

Posted: Jan 4 2010, 9:48am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:33pm CDT, in News | CES

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iWave unveils eco-friendly Grass Roots Collection of tech accessories at the CES 2010.
The iWave Grass Roots Collection will offer a selection of accessory options, including headphones, earbuds and cases for the iPhone/iPod, all made from reusable, environmentally friendly and fully recyclable materials like plastic, wood and bamboo.

The main design characteristic of the Grass Roots Collection is the subtle contrast between the rustic wood grain finish and the smooth earthy tones, bringing technology products into a whole new dimension for nature-enthusiasts. The rich wood accents of the earbuds and headphones add that little element of worldly appeal for any music listener.

The Grass Roots Collection, available at nationwide retailers Q2 of 2010, will include iPhone/iPod cases and earbuds ($9.99 to $29.99) and headphones ($14.99 to $39.99).

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