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Scosche debuts RF iPod remotes

updated 01:35 pm EST, Fri March 24, 2006

iPod RF remotes debut

Scosche Industries today announced its new FreestyleT line of RF remotes specifically designed for fifth-generation iPods and iPod nano. Both RF remotes offer up to 150-feet of range, the signal capability to travel through walls as well as around corners, and can control key functions such as play/pause, on/off, volume, track, and rewind/fast forward. The NRF -- designed in black -- is specifically designed for the iPod nano to act as a case as well as an RF remote. The IPRF-Doc is designed for fifth-generation iPods, and is also offered in black. Both remotes plug into the dock connector of their respective players and feature a pass through for charging and syncing, Bluetooth integration, FM transmitters, or headphones. Both the NRF and the IPRF-Doc will be available for $70. Each remote will ship with the receiver and a 3.5-to-RCA adapter cable.

by MacNN Staff




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