SuperTooth has long been one of the more up-and-coming companies in the speaker business. The company is looking to solidify itself as one to which people should look, especially when dealing with bluetooth speakers at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES (News - Alert)).
At this year's CES, SuperTooth is showing off its new Disco speakers and is encouraging people to buy them in pairs in order to take advantage of true surround sound experience. In that vein, the company is launching the Disco Twin (News - Alert) set of speakers for an MSRP of $199 for a pair of its signature devices.
When using the two speakers together, listeners get a truly discrete left and right sound output, with each speaker putting out 16 watts of RMS-driven sound.
The rechargeable, standalone speakers have about four hours of power at around full volume, or as much as 10 hours of charge if easy and periodic listening.
SuperTooth is also doubling down on its new releases at the biggest electronics show in the country. The company is unveiling their HD Voice hands-free car kit.
The HD Voice also connects using Bluetooth technology and is carrying an $89 price tag (News - Alert). The HD Voice can clip to a car's sun visor and then easily pair with a mobile phone. SuperTooth says that the real novelty of this particular device is that it not only gives you voice instructions and pairing alerts, but it can tell you the name of the person who is calling in as many as 12 different languages.
When a call comes in, using the HD Voice, the caller is announced and the driver merely needs to say “OK” in order to pick up the call. This kind of easy interface should make the firm’s device all the more popular.
SuperTooth hasn't said when the HD Voice or the Stereo Twins will be available, but it seems likely both will be available soon.
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Edited by Braden Becker