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LAS VEGAS -- British tech company Pure is at CES in Las Vegas to show off its Jongo range of streaming speakers. They use Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to provide an experience that is very similar to Sonos'.

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New for America is the Jongo T4, which will go on sale in the next few months for $299.

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You can remove the speaker grille and swap it for a different colored one. Pure says you can choose from "Dazzling Blue, Radiant Orchid, Mango, and Cayenne."

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At the back of the Jongo T4 is an Ethernet port as an alternative to the built-in Wi-Fi, a line-in, and a USB port for updating the software.

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You need to run Pure's software to get everything set up the first time you use the system.

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This is the Jongo S3, a portable 20w model with a 10-hour battery life. It's available now for $199.

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Also in the range is the Jongo A2, which upgrades an existing hi-fi with the same functionality as the other products. It's out now for $129.

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Pure also announced that its systems will be able to support any streaming music service following a software update that's due soon.

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If you don't like some of Pure's more garish colors, more muted tones are available.

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All together now: Jongo, Jongo, Jongo!

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