COMPTON, Calif, July 13, 2005 — Belkin Corporation announces TuneTalk for iPod, an innovative device that allows you to record audio to your iPod. By simply plugging the TuneTalk into your iPod, you can record memos, lectures, interviews, or conversations. The TuneTalk fits the 3G, 4G, and photo iPod. It will begin shipping in North America in late July 2005.
TuneTalk for iPod (F8Z029) — $29.99
The iPod device’s abundant storage capacity lets you store hundreds of hours of audio. You can easily review your audio notes later by using your earbud headphones or computer. You can also copy recordings to your desktop or notebook computer for storage, editing, or sending to others via email.
— High-Quality Omnidirectional Microphone
— iPod Remote/Headphone Connector: attaches securely to your iPod
— Recording Indicator LED: shows recording status
— Foam Microphone Cover: helps to reduce wind noise
— Innovative Flexible Design: features flexible neck for directional recording
— No software to install — support is already built into the iPod
About Belkin Corporation
Belkin Corporation, the global leader in connectivity solutions, offers a range of innovations for the computer, electronics, and mobile consumer. With a diverse and far-reaching product mix consisting of home and enterprise networking, audio video solutions, KVM (keyboard/video/mouse) and peripheral sharing, power protection and cabling, as well as USB and FireWire devices, Belkin extends its reach also to Bluetooth, cellular, PDA, iPod, and other solutions for mobile computing. Belkin’s end-to-end VoIP solution allows wholesale VoIP customers to rapidly deploy a customized branded VoIP service with minimal up-front cost. Belkin products are available through http://www.belkin.com as well as through a network of major distributors, resellers, and superstores.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.