Being wireless rock, and Apple doesn’t seem to get it yet – at least on the iPods. Anycom is here to rescue you from getting tangled up in wires with the BluNa. It’s a Bluetooth adaptor for the iPod Nano, drawing power from the Nano and sends its signal to either Anycom BSH-100 headsets, or any other compatible Bluetooth-devices. Using the BluNa is extremely easy, and mating the two devices is easy as apple pie. There’s also a Bluetooth remote control function (AVRCP) standard, allowing you to control the iPod from a stereo headphone with transport controls. Anycom BluNa is priced at $120, available in June and should be compatible with any iPod with a dock connector.