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Parrot's Bluetooth lineup

September 29th, 2007 at 6:19 PM

Parrot has quite a lineup here at Digital Life. Known for their speakers and Bluetooth peripherals, we got a chance to test out a couple of new products. First up is the Parrot PARTY Bluetooth stereo speaker system. The PARTY (yeah, we know) sports an integrated Bluetooth receiver, making it easy to pair with any Bluetooth device that sports the A2DP stereo profile. This obviously includes cell phones, computers, DAPs, and more. This thing is truly compact, coming in at a mere 9″ wide. Sound is decent, but not spectacular. Bass sounded a bit muffled, then again, for the size we’re not too worried. This is currently available for about $149.99. Next up on the Pirate’s shoulder was the 3200 LS-Color Bluetooth Hands-free car kit. As the name implies, this is an in-car device that allows you to sync your mobile phone, providing a relatively large and clear color screen with true hands-free calling operation. The screen is fantastic, and can clearly display your call log, caller ID, phone book info, and much more. It also recognizes pre-programmed voice tags, too. It’s not cheap product, clocking in at about $260 retail, but it’s a nice little unit nonetheless. Check out some more shots after the break!




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