France's Parrot has busted out yet another device based on their wireless protocol of choice, with its new Parrot Party Bluetooth speaker system providing a smaller, more underpowered alternative to its recently announced Bluetooth Boombox. With nothing more than a pair of 3W speakers, your "party" will likely be somewhat limited, although it does at least boast support for A2DP to pick up stereo audio from any compatible Bluetooth source (a standard RCA input's also included for your non-Bluetooth needs). At just nine inches long and 22 ounces, the device is also a good deal more portable than the twelve pound Boombox, and it promises to pump out the tunes for a full four hours on its built-in, rechargeable battery. If that'll do, you should be able to grab one sometime in July for 119€, or about $160. [Warning: PDF link]

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