In Brief: Supertooth debuts Disco4 wireless speaker

In Brief: Supertooth debuts Disco4 wireless speaker

Las Vegas – January 5, 2014 – SuperTooth, Bluetooth expert and world’s leading in-car speakerphone brand,debuts the Disco4 tonight at CES Unveiled – a handheld speaker featuring a comfortable carrying strap, Bluetooth 4.0 and tap-to-pair NFC technology.

“SuperTooth’s longstanding expertise in the Bluetooth space allows us to roll out the best new technology – such as NFC pairing – at the most affordable price,” said Yves Le Reun, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “Our products are designed to provide the best quality, most power and overall greatest value within their respective
price points. This is why SuperTooth has built such a loyal following over the years, leading to partnerships with eminent brands like Acoustic Research, owned by Audiovox, and a 45% market share worldwide in the Bluetooth speakerphone space.”

Boasting 8 watts, a bass reflex system, and a lithium-ion battery that charges via USB, the Disco4 streams music wirelessly for 3-12 hours per 2 hour charge depending on the volume level. It has a 30 foot Bluetooth operating range, weighing in at just over a pound. The Disco4 is slated to launch in Q1 2014, price TBD.

Also on display at CES will SuperTooth’s range of audio (FREEDOM headset, DISCO TWIN, Disco and ARS60 speaker co-branded with Acoustic Research) and auto accessories (HD-VOICE, HD, Crystal and Buddy).

To learn more about SuperTooth Bluetooth accessories, visit SuperTooth.net and follow SuperTooth on facebook.com/SuperToothFB and Twitter @SuperTooth_Kits.

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