iXoundWear headwear for the iPod Nano and Shuffle
By Gizmag Team
August 22, 2007
August 22, 2007 Sick of being annoyed by the pesky wires hanging from your ears when walking, running, or jogging with your iPod? The iXoundWear solution is to use your head - literally - via their range of hats, visors, and beanies with wire-management system designed for the iPod. The iXoundWear products are designed to hold the iPod Nano (1st and 2nd generation) or the iPod Shuffle (1st and 2nd generation) in a tight compartment built right into the headwear. They even have a sleeve for the wires and a spool to keep them neatly wrapped up.
The iXoundWear cap, visor, or beanie allows you to be as active as you want and never have to worry about getting tangled up in your wires again. iXoundWear frees you from the hassle of arm bands and dangling wires while you are involved in your activities. The iXoundWear headwear gives an almost-wireless sensation to the user. The position of the player allows for easy control of volume, play, pause and skipping back or forward through your playlist. It's a two-step process: (1) put it on, (2) plug in your earbuds and you’re done.
iXoundWear headwear is currently only available online through the company's website.