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Wire-free wandering: Logitech FreePulse Bluetooth headphones

Logitech FreePulse Bluetooth headphones

Wires get in the way of music, and cordless headphones can give you the independence to move around without losing your groove. Logitech's FreePulse headphones weigh just 3 ounces, fit comfortably over the back of the head and can connect via Bluetooth.

Don't worry if your laptop doesn't have Bluetooth, because the package includes a rechargeable transmitter that plugs into a standard audio jack. An AC charger and six plastic adapter plates for a variety of iPods are also included.

There's no software to load and the headphones connect in a few seconds, providing rich and accurate audio. They're light and comfortable for listening to a single song or all of "Quadrophenia." Logitech includes a two-year warranty.

Note, however, that the wireless range is limited to 33 feet -- which means you can use them across a room or two but not throughout the house -- and the internal batteries run down after 5 to 6 hours of use.

Price: $100
Available from: Logitech

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