An e-cigarette packed with Bluetooth? Talk to the hand

A new multi-functioning device purportedly lets users get their nicotine fix, make phone calls, and stream MP3s.

Behold the Supersmoker Bluetooth. Supersmoker

The scenario is all too typical -- you're walking down the street puffing on an e-cigarette, just wishing you could use the little metal nicotine stick to make a phone call... How handy would that be?

Well, dreams can come true.

A company called Supersmoker has come up with an e-cigarette it claims is the world's first to double as a Bluetooth headset and device that streams MP3s from a smartphone. That's right, a musical cell phone cigarette.

"Never seen before! An electronic cigarette with Bluetooth functionality," the company writes on its Web site. "When you're connected to a phone, you can make and receive calls on the e-cigarette while you are smoking! Or listen to your favourite tracks from your phone via the e-cigarette with built-in speaker!"

While it seems nearly impossible to suck on something and put it to your ear at the same time, there's no doubt Supersmoker has a workaround for this.

The device goes for 80 Euro, about $110. I'm sure tons of people are now kicking themselves asking why they didn't think of it.

About the author

Dara Kerr is a staff writer for CNET focused on the sharing economy and tech culture. She grew up in Colorado where she developed an affinity for collecting fool's gold and spirit animals.

 

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