Bluetooth accessory maker BlueAnt announced three new products at the CES in Las Vegas. Without further ado, here’s what they got:
BlueAnt Stereo Headset – which is said to represent a new class of stereo headsets with “true sound” that is rich, incredibly detailed and replicates sound in its truest form. This ergonomically designed product comes with an extremely comfortable headband crafted from premium leather. Additionally, milled aluminum brush and sound-isolating, sealed-leather ear pads ensure all the audio detail and range are kept intact in any environment. Availability wise, BlueAnt’s new stereo headset will hit the major retailers nationwide during the second quarter.
BlueAnt S3 Speakerphone – a visor-mounted car speakerphone that supports voice-control features, including voice answer/ignore, caller name announce from a list of up to 2,000 mobile phone contacts, and text-message readout. Other standard features include true multipoint technology for connecting and conducting calls on two mobile phones simultaneously and audio streaming of music, podcasts and turn-by-turn directions from a GPS navigation application. The BlueAnt S3 Speakerphone will be available in Q1 2011 at major retailers for a starting MSRP of $79.99.
Finally, there’s the new BlueAnt Vlingo Application, for which the company has teamed-up with Vlingo. Using it, folks can send and respond to texts and emails; conduct searches, make social networking updates and leave reminder voice-to-text “notes2self” messages and more. BlueAnt Vlingo Application will come bundled in the box with all BlueAnt products for immediate and seamless operation. Supported devices include Android, iPhone and BlackBerry smartphones.
And that’s it. Check out BlueAnt’s website for additional information, if you fancy so.