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CES 2012: SuperTooth Showcase New Range of Bluetooth Products

CES 2012: SuperTooth Showcase New Range of Bluetooth Products

by David GeesonJanuary 9, 2012

SuperTooth, a leading manufacturer of hands-free car kits and portable accessories worldwide, will showcase its industry-leading line of Bluetooth accessories at  CES 2012, debuting its fresh new take on its wildly popular portable
speaker – the Disco2 – along with its sleek new Bluetooth speakerphone – Crystal.

[quote]“SuperTooth devotes a lot of time and passion into the creation of its products to ensure each piece encompasses first-class design, aesthetics and functionality. With a presence in more than 40 countries, SuperTooth has sold more than 5 million devices worldwide, reaching a 45% market share worldwide in 2011 in the Bluetooth speakerphone space.” –  Yves Le Reun, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. [/quote]

Debuting at CES is the Disco2, a portable, rechargeable speaker featuring an avant-garde design, more compact footprint and the same stellar sound quality consumers have come to expect from SuperTooth. Users can stream music wirelessly from any cell phone, tablet, computer or mp3 player supporting Bluetooth A2DP to a single or duelling pair of Disco2s,
featuring new technology providing left speaker / right speaker functionality that emits intense full range sound. The Disco2 kicks out 16 watts RMS audio power, with 2-way stereo speakers and a dual high efficiency subwoofer and medium tweeters. Available in alternative colors for the first time ever, the Disco2 is not to be missed. Disco2 will tentatively be available end of Q1 2012 for $99.

Crystal – SuperTooth’s newest introduction to its Bluetooth speakerphone line – will also debut at CES. Featuring an ultra sleek and slim design, Crystal will attach to a car’s sun visor via a durable, magnetic clip allowing for instant hands-free calling capability for any type of vehicle. Featuring automatic pairing and multi-point technology connecting up to 2 phones simultaneously, Crystal will provide up to 20 hours of hands-free talk time (40 days of stand-by) with a 3 hour charge of its lithium-ion battery. Crystal will also stream music directly from all Bluetooth A2DP-enabled phones as well as announces turn-by-turn navigation from a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone. Crystal also supports voice recognition
dialing for phones equipped with this feature. Drive safely and in style with Crystal, available in alternative colors for the first time. Crystal will tentatively be available end Q1 2012 for $69.

Also on display will be the Disco – the only portable speaker on the market to wirelessly stream 28 watts of explosive sound – and the HD – awarded a CES Innovations Honoree for being the most powerful, socially-optimized Bluetooth speakerphone on the market with a cutting-edge design.

To learn more about SuperTooth Bluetooth accessories, visit their website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

Remember to stick with TGF over the next few days as we bring you up to the minute news on everything happening at this years Consumer Electronics Show!

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David Geeson
  • Loretta Neale

    I’ve been seeking for an android app that immediately answers the call by speakerphone and or if in a bluetooth headset. Me and my father will not have bluetooth headsets we have the droid x vehicle docks but even attempting to hit the speakerphone button although in get in touch with is dangerous! We need to have one thing to instantly answer/make the calls with speakerphone by now activated.

  • Gloria Hester

    I have a jawbone wireless headset paired with my iPhone. Can I also pair a motorola speakerphone to the very same cellphone or can I have only 1 Bluetooth gadget for each phone?

  • Serena Frieden

    I’ve experimented with holding the leading still left button but all it does is mute. And on the appropriate side its only choices like contacts, bluetooth, and all that other stuff. What do I do?

  • Jeracoo L

    Is there a device that I can buy that will allow me to communicate on my ps3 via speakerphone and allow me to connect a wired headset and use that in place of a speakerphone?

    If not is there a device that I can plug a wired headset into that will enable me to use that bluetooth headset?

    Ideally it would be a low cost solution because the wired headset was expensive. Note: I do not want a wireless bluetooth headset, since the headset I already have is great and I would like to use that.

  • Thomas Lopez

    hi, anyone tried blueant s4. Does it support iPhone 3Gs? Where can i get a good deal?

  • LN13

    Many cell phone manufacturers are shipping and planning to ship phones that do not have a plug jack for your current earphones, instead they are coming more and more with a bluetooth interface in order to save physical space and other design related issues.

    Would you be willing to buy a $75+ bluetooth headset to replace your current earphones just for the purpose of being able to listen to your mp3 music from your phone?

  • Mathew

    My computer has bluetooth version 2.1 EDR. What i don’t know is if my computer must have stereo bluetooth.

  • Lucas H

    Just got a new cellphone, and planning to pair my old bluetooth to this new phone.
    Had disconnected the bluetooth from the old phone, but my new phone couldn’t find this bluetooth during the set-up process. Does anyone knows the reason why? And how many different phones can a bluetooth be paired up in different times?
    Thanks a lot!

  • Picean

    I have a Motorola E815 phone that has a bluetooth feature on it. I am completely new to the concept of bluetooth and its still pretty vague to me. I’m supposed to be able to connect with my computer to transfer data and files, right?(Mainly phone book, but maybe some pictures as well.) Is there some sort of receiver or transmitter that is supposed to hook up to the computer? Or just a setting possibly that I need to adjust on the computer? And does it matter if that phone is not activated at the moment?

  • llb443

    I was wondering what the difference is between the two in terms of functionality and possibly pricing per chip? If I needed something that is already programmed to be paired and communicate with a bluetooth enable device which of the two would be best?
    Thank you.

  • Michael

    I just updated my ipod touch to the 3.0 OS system and I am trying to figure out how to turn the bluetooth on? I want to buy a bluetooth headset, but I want to test the connection and sound out, before I invest. Where is the setting, please give me step by step instructions.

  • Joe M

    I have a USB Bluetooth adapter that I want to use to transfer files between my desktop, laptop, and cell phone. I lost the software disc that came with the adapter.

    Are there any universal bluetooth interfaces that I can use?
    It seems to be a generic adapter…there is no manufacturer name on the device.