The great thing about CES is that it lets you know about technology you had no idea you needed. For example, SuperTooth’s in-car speakerphone able to speak in 12 languages. If you’re not a foreign diplomat or that kid in French class who took to conjugating verbs far too quickly, maybe the Disco Twin stereo speakers will be of more interest. Both will be debuting at South Hall 3, Booth #30769.
The DISCO TWIN are a pair of portable, rechargeable speakers featuring true right / left stereo, each unit equipped with 16 watts RMS audio power, double speakers in front and a high efficiency bass reflex system in back, pairing together for a combined 32 watts of pure sound. Music can be streamed wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled device to the DISCO TWIN; users simply pair their Bluetooth device to both speakers, and Bluetooth stereo technology will channel audio to each. The integrated rechargeable batteries ensure 3-4 hours of non-stop, maximum-volume music or up to 10 hours of moderately played tunes.
HD-VOICE, also debuting at CES priced at $89, is a Bluetooth hands-free car kit with instant installation – just clip it to the sun visor in the car, pair it with any Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone and begin making hands-free calls in any type of vehicle. The novelty of the HD-VOICE is its ability to verbalize pairing instructions and announce callers in 12 languages, as well as its robust audio power – two speakers and two microphones for outstanding sound quality, both in emission and reception. For incoming calls, the HD-VOICE announces the name of the caller and users say ‘OK’ to pick up the call. The HD-VOICE also speaks aloud the battery level, connection status and GPS instructions in 12 languages.
SuperTooth will have other items on display, as well, including the entire SuperTooth collection of speakers and hands-free car kits, as well as the recently introduced Melody headphone. Learn more at supertooth.net.