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Paperclip Headphones Let You Use Clippy with Your iPhone

by Paul Strauss
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One of the most annoying things about headphones is dealing with the excess cable as you move around. Many earbud makers have resolved this issue by putting a small clip on the cable, but the guys at Taiwan’s 25togo didn’t think that was sufficient, and they came up with their own solution.

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Paperclip headphones offer an oversize paper clip about along its cords, providing a solid and stable way to clip the excess cable to your pocket, t-shirt collar, or bag. It can also be used on the cover of a book – assuming you still read those. The clip also functions as a wrap for the headset cable when not in use.

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For now, you can only get the Paperclip headphones from 25togo’s store – which happens to be in Chinese. So good luck with all that.

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