A new twist on the wireless speaker

The $79.99 iSound Twist promises the same features of the more expensive $199.99 Jawbone Jambox. Packaged into this wireless speaker's uniquely twisting shape is wireless stereo Bluetooth audio, plus a mic for speakerphone calls.
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Control your speaker

Here's a better look at the iSound Twist's control buttons.
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The freedom to run carefree

For $99, the Freedom JF3 wireless earbuds from Jay Bird offer wireless stereo Bluetooth connection, passive noise cancellation, and a rated run time of 6 hours.
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Drive your wireless run

Here you can see the $99 Jay Bird Freedom JF3's physical buttons to adjust volume, and call answer and reject.
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A super Bluetooth speaker

The $99 Supertooth Disco 2 is a portable, rechargeable, wireless Bluetooth speaker capable of pumping out stereo audio on its own. When it's paired with another Disco 2 things really get exciting.
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Double up your Bluetooth fun

The most interesting skill the $99 Supertooth Disco 2 flaunts is its capability to pair with another unit. When linked, two Discos convert to left and right channels to belt out wireless stereo sound.
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Sweet and personal wireless sound

Supertooth also plans on selling the $99 Melody Bluetooth headphones. They don't offer active noise cancelling but do link up with phones so you can enjoy music and make calls.
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Wireless control and color

Here's a closer look at the controls on the $99 Melody Bluetooth headphones from Supertooth. The gadget is also available in a variety of hues including blue, green, orange, grey, black, and purple.
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