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Harman Kardon BT Headphones

If you guessed that the BT in the name stood for "Bluetooth", give yourself a pat on the back. Harman Kardon BT Headphones ($200) are designed to perfectly match your Apple device, with black, rounded rectangular earcups, 40mm drivers and AAC and aptX wireless coding for great sound, small and large user exchangeable headbands for a great fit, built-in playback buttons on the earcup, an integrated mic for taking calls, a rechargeable battery good for up to 12 hours of playback, and the ability to operate in wired mode when the battery runs down. Available exclusively from the Apple Store.

  • Plantronics BackBeat Go

    After years of taking up way too much space or otherwise looking dorky, Bluetooth headphones are finally starting to make sense as an alternative to their wired counterparts. Take the Plantronics BackBeat Go ($100) for example. This tiny set of in-ear phones offers passive noise cancellation, inline controls for skipping tracks and adjusting volume, up to 4.5 hours of playtime per charge, and the ability to function as a Bluetooth headset.

  • Parrot Zik Headphones

    They might not be the best-sounding headphones — we honestly don't know — but they're definitely among the best-looking. Parrot Zik Headphones ($TBA) are designed by the renowned Philippe Stark, and feature an elegant, simple design, an active noise canceling system, Bluetooth A2DP stereo and NFC support, a proximity sensor to automatically go into standby mode when they're not being worn, a touch panel for remote control of your music, and Digital Signal Processing for superb sound. Coming later this year.