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Unided’s Bluetooth’s wireless speaker and handsfree car kit in one

Uniden Wireless Blutooth speakerUniden adds a mini boom box to its Bluetooth range

Uniden’s latest addition to its Bluetooth range is a wireless stereo speaker and handsfree car kit in one.

Equipped with a powerful speaker, the compact BTSC 1300 is designed for streaming music from mobile phones, mp3 players and all other Bluetooth enabled devices. Taken away on camping adventures, picnics days, fishing weekends or beachside getaways, the compact unit makes it easy to share favourite tunes with family and friends.

  • BTSC 1300

Uniden BTSC1300

For easy portability, the BTSC 1300’s unique design features both a versatile slide-on clip for use on car seatbelts or backpack straps, as well as an integrated table-top stand.

Utilising the latest noise and echo cancellation technology, the BTSC 1300 also doubles as a car kit making it the ideal companion for those on the go.

Other features include Text to Speech caller ID number announce, voice dialling and up to 22 hours of talk time, or 20 hours of music play time, from a single charge. RRP $99.95.

Other new additions to the Uniden Bluetooth range include:

  • BTSC 1100 Bluetooth Car Kit – RRP $79.95

Uniden BTSC 1100

Slim and unobtrusive, the BTSC 1100 car kit offers a full duplex speaker and can be connected to two phones at the same time. Like the BTSC 1300, it features Text to Speech caller ID number announce, voice dialling and noise and echo cancellation technology. The BTSC 1100’s design allows for it to effortlessly slide on to a car’s sun visor.

  • BTHS 800 and BTHS 500 Bluetooth Headsets – RRP $109.95 and RRP $69.95

Uniden BTSC 800

Uniden BTSC 500

Uniden’s two new headsets are the company’s first. Ultra-discreet, the top-of-the-line BTHS 800 offers dual microphone E2 technology that completely eliminates background noise for crystal clear communication. The entry-level BTHS 500 is a more affordable alternative and, like the BTHS 800, has multi-point pairing allowing you to connect an audio device and mobile phone simultaneously.

Common to both headsets is A2DP support for streaming music from Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices, voice dialling and up to four hours talk time. For comfort, both headsets include three different sizes of inner ear buds as well as two flexible ear hooks and weigh just 10 grams.

Uniden’s new range of Bluetooth car kits and headsets are now available from leading electrical retailers and department stores.

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