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SuperTooth announces trio of hardware that debuted at CES 2013


SuperTooth has been around for some time already, and they did grace CES 2013 with their fair share of products, although those devices were not available back in January, but it is pretty nice to know that a trio of devices are now readily available for purchase, and they are the Disco Twin, the HD Voice, and the Disco 2 Colors, which happen to be stereo speakers sold in pairs, an in-car speakerphone with the ability to converse in a dozen languages, and an aptX-streaming mono speaker, respectively.

 The Disco Twin will retail for $199 a pop, although each set comprises of two units, which are a pair of portable, rechargeable speakers that feature true right/left stereo, and individual units come equipped with 16 watts RMS audio power, accompanied by double speakers located in front and a high efficiency bass reflex system at the back, and they will work in tandem to deliver a combined 32 watts of pure sound. Music too, can be streamed sans wires from any Bluetooth-enabled device to the Disco Twin. All users need to do is pair their Bluetooth device to both speakers, and you’re good to go. Its integrated rechargeable batteries should be able to last from 3 to 4 hours continuously.

As for the $89 HD Voice, this will be a Bluetooth hands-free car kit that boasts of instant installation, all you need to do is clip it to the sun visor in the car, and pair it with any compatible Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone, and you will be able to make hands-free calls regardless of the ride that you arrive in.

Last but not least, the Disco 2 Colors would be a $99 Bluetooth speaker that churns out 16 watts RMS audio power, sporting a couple of speakers in front as well as a bass reflex system on the back, and will arrive in white, pink, blue, red and green colors. As long as your device supports Bluetooth A2DP, the Disco 2 will be able to stream music sans wires.

Out of the three, which suits you best?

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