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>> We've got a pair of headphones we're gonna be introducing. You can say, why do you need headphones, you've headphones come with the Nano. Well, these headphones have something on the cable that we'd borrowed from phones. And it's this little thing that sits on the cable that allows you to pause and play your music. And if you double-click it twice, it goes to the next song and if you triple-click it, it goes back to the previous song. And we've added volume controls, volume up and volume down. So you can set the volume, you can go next and previous and you go play and pause all right from the headphone cable. And on the back side we have a microphone, which works beautifully with that voice recording app inside the Nano we saw a few minute ago. And so right from your headphone cable, you can control your whole Nano. It's really nice. And these headphones will ship for $29 next month. We've also got some new In-Ear headphones and these we think we finally got this right. They ship with three sets of earbuds, so you can pick exactly the ones that fit your ears and they've got two drivers each on them, a whooper and a tweeter in each side, which is something you normally don't find unless you get pretty expensive headphones. And these headphones are gonna sell for $79 and they're gonna be available in October.
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