SuperTooth releases new audio devices

SuperTooth releases new audio devices

SuperTooth, a French manufacturer of hands free car kits and portable accessories, has released two new devices at CES 2012 – the Disco2 portable speakers and the Crystal hands-free speakerphone.

The Disco2 is a rechargeable and portable speaker that uses Bluetooth A2DP to stream music from a portable phone, tablet or other compatible device. The Disco2 comes with a sleek and elegant design. Availability is expected at the end of Q1 2012 for a price of 99 USD.

The other device, called Crystal, is a hands-free speakerphone designed to be used while on the road. The Crystal attached to your car’s sun visor via a durable magnetic clip for instant hands-free calling in any type of vehicle. The device comes with automatic pairing, multi-point technology to connect 2 phones simultaneously, 20 hours of hands-free talk time and 40 days of standby, and a 3-hour charge time. Also supported is Bluetooth A2DP that allows for the streaming of music and voice recognition. Market availability is expected at the end of Q1 2012 for 69 USD.


Source: Ubergizmo

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