updated 01:53 pm EST, Fri January 4, 2013
Divoom unveils Bluetune-solo
Divoom has unveiled a new Bluetooth speaker designed for portability. The Bluetune-solo can connect to any Bluetooth enabled device and features an X-Bass Sound system that is said to provide improved bass response for the small form factor. A built-in microphone is also included, allowing the device to be used as a speakerphone for hans=free class. The built-in battery provides 8 hours of usage, and an auxiliary-in port allows the speaker to work with devices that don't support Bluetooth. Bluetune-solo will be available in five color options later this month at a cost of $50.
Disco Twin, HD-Voice launched by SuperTooth
A pair of new Bluetooth speakers, the Disco Twin and HD-Voice, have been launched by SuperTooth. The Disco Twin is a pair of portable speakers that feature true left/right stereo separation and combine for a total of 32 watts of power. Stereo technology built directly into Bluetooth allow any Bluetooth-enabled device to steam stereo sound with no extra software or hardware, and the integrated battery can provide up to 10 hours of playback. Meanwhile, the HD-Voice is a hands-free car kit that can be used for making and receiving calls. The Disco Twin sells for $200, while the HD-Voice is priced at $90.