There is a new portable Bluetooth speaker system that looks a little more like a torch. It’s a nameless device, so for purposes of this post, I will call it the “BlueTorch”.
The BlueTorch supports profiles including A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, and HSP which means it can pair with either cell phones or portable media players. I could see this being more useful for Bluetooth capable PMP’s than cell phones, but I guess it would be good either way. The nice thing about the BlueTorch is that it also can connect to other devices using old school wires.
Additionally, the device sports 2 channels which each offer an output of 2 watts and comes with a frequency zone of 20Hz – 20kHz. Lastly, you can keep it playing by plugging it into an AC adapter or with USB connectivity.
It is set to be available in Japan for 7980 Yen, or around $76 US.
Via [New Launches]