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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.
Here's a better look at the iSound Twist's control buttons.
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.
Here you can see the $99 Jay Bird Freedom JF3's physical buttons to adjust volume, and call answer and reject.
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.
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.
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.
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.