BlueAnt unveils new speakerphones

Australian manufacturer BlueAnt display a couple of different Bluetooth speakers to at CES 2008.

BlueAnt, an Australian manufacturer of Bluetooth devices, came out with a couple of different Bluetooth speakers to display at CES 2008.

The first is the SuperTooth 3 Bluetooth speakerphone, which looks like an update to BlueAnt's own SuperTooth Light from last year. Like the SuperTooth Light, the SuperTooth 3 works as a portable speakerphone that can be used at the desk as well as clipped on to a car's sun visor. It can pair up to eight different devices, and will hopefully last you about 15 hours. BlueAnt M1 Stereo Speakers.

On the music front, BlueAnt also debuted the M1 Stereo Speakers, which features A2DP/stereo Bluetooth capabilities so that you can transmit streaming audio wirelessly via Bluetooth. It also has a 3.5mm audio jack for non-Bluetooth music players. Since it's a wireless speaker, it also has a rechargeable battery pack which has a rated battery life of up to 10 hours.

No pricing as of yet, but we'll get back to you about availability as soon as we hear about that.

Credit: BlueAnt


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