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HTC’s “new sound and camera experience” may be deja-vu

HTC’s “new sound and camera experience” may be deja-vu

This week the folks at HTC have created a rather interesting "Brief History of Photography" timeline in which they tease a "new sound and camera experience" for 2013 - but isn't that what they did last year? Have a peek back at the original announcement of HTC ImageSense and the HTC One X to see how both photography and superior sound quality (with Beats Audio) were pushed at Mobile World Congress 2012. Fast-forward to 2013 and we've got HTC once again claiming to bring on both next-level sound and photography. It seemed pretty great back then, will it seem great again here one year later?

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Bem Speaker Trio now shipping for $299

Bem Speaker Trio now shipping for $299

First announced back in November, and unveiled at CES a couple weeks ago, the Speaker Trio system from Bem Wireless offers users three, small Bluetooth-enabled speakers that can be wirelessly connected to one another to bring music to multiple rooms simultaneously. The company just announced that the speaker system is now available and ready to ship for $299.

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TYLT TUNZ Bluetooth NFC speaker and charger Hands-on

TYLT TUNZ Bluetooth NFC speaker and charger Hands-on

For those looking for awesome and unique accessories for their favorite devices we have another fun one to show you today. Here at CES 2013 we caught up with TYLT, an accessory manufacturer that had all sorts of fun new products on display this year. What we're showing below is their all new TYLT Bluetooth speaker that doubles as a charger and even has NFC capabilities.

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NuVo unveils Wireless Audio System at CES 2013

NuVo unveils Wireless Audio System at CES 2013

NuVo announced their first product that they're selling directly to consumers, and they're simply calling it the Wireless Audio System. The company says it's the first wireless home music system based on dual-band WiFi and MIMO technologies, which allows it to transmit up to 16 simultaneous streams at 600Kb per second each.

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