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CES 2012: The tiny Bluetooth speaker DBEST PS4001BT

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CES 2012: The tiny Bluetooth speaker DBEST PS4001BT

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At CES 2012 David Carnoy takes a look at DBEST Bluetooth speaker around. It's the DBEST PS4001BT, a tiny, but decent-sounding speaker.

Hi. I'm David Conroy, Executive Editor for CNET.com and I'm here at CES 2012 and I'm here with a tiny bluetooth speaker from a company called DBest out of the UK. The company is building this as the world's tiniest wireless Hi-Fi system. It does look a little bit like a Christmas ornament and it's in fact smaller than some Christmas ornaments, but it is basically a tiny bluetooth speaker. And what it's claim to fame is that it's actually sounds pretty decent. It doesn't terrible for it's size. You compare this with just about any bluetooth enabled device. You can hang it from this little hook at the top here. You have to provide your own string or you could lay it down flat and set it down on table and listen to it that way. DBest also makes a two-speaker version of this. It retails for $10 more. This is 59.99. It just came out here in the US and it is a tiny bluetooth speaker. It actually sounds okay. I'm David Conroy and that's the CBest PS4001 BT Portable Bluetooth Speaker.

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