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Accessory specialist Griffin Technology has begun shipping sets of anti-tangle earphones for iPod Shuffle users. TuneBuds combines a lanyard and earphones, threading the phones' wires through the woven neck-loop. The upshot, says Griffin, is freedom from "excess cords and tangled lines".

The $20 earphones "make no compromise on sound quality", Griffin claimed, adding they "supply superb audio to please the most discerning listener".

TuneBuds are available now from Griffin's website and US iPod retailers, and shortly from UK distributor AM Micro. ®

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