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Briefly: New Dash7 portable speaker, Jabra's wireless headphones

updated 08:21 pm EST, Tue November 12, 2013

Soundmatters' wireless, 'pocketable' speaker DASH7 now available

Audio accessory maker Soundmatters has announced the availability of its wireless pocket-portable speaker, the Dash7. The new Daah7 is three-quarters of an inch thick, and offers omnidirectional sound in a size that fits in a slim bag or pocket. Featuring extended Bluetooth range, the Dash7 can also be used as a noise-cancelling speakerphone. Available in red, white and black, it can be purchase for $250 through various online retailers, and the Soundmatters website.

Jabra Rox Wireless earbuds available for the beginning of December

Jabra's new Rox Wireless earbuds were announced yesterday, offering a low-profile design based on musicians' in-ear monitors for maximum bass response. Able to connect wirelessly either through Bluetooth or "tap to pair" using NFC, the Rox earbuds are IP52 certified, protecting against dust and water. They have a playback time of up to 5.5 hours, and when not in use, the earbuds can be clipped together by its built-in magnets, which then automatically activates a power-saving mode. Jabra's Rox wireless earbuds will be available for purchase at Apple's online store at the beginning of December, and in retail Apple stores shortly afterwards.



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