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Aluratek's new wireless speakers go Bump in the night

Tim Stevens
December 21, 2010
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Speakers? Oh yeah. Wires? Heck no. Aluratek has launched three new wireless audio products collectively called Bump -- though somehow a wired model got lumped in there too. A bit of a step from the company's previous digi frame and e-reader offerings, the four tune-pumping solutions start with the $49.99 AMS01F, a wee boombox that plays music from SD, line-in, or FM and does six hours on a charge. The $79.99 AUWS01F ditches the media player functionality, relying on a signal sent from a 2.4GHz USB dongle that you stick in your nearest PC or Mac (within 60 feet) that has some tunes on it. Next is the $99.99 AWS01F, basically the AMS01F boombox with the addition of a separate wireless speaker. Finally, if you're not ready to cut the cord, there's the $19.99 APS01F, a single little tweeter with a 3.5mm cable sprouting from below. They're all available now, so you know what to do.

Update: Seems these are a rebadge. Welp, at least you've got another option.

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Aluratek Announces "Bump" Wireless Speaker Line

New speaker line streams music wirelessly without configuration or software for greater portability and superior sound quality



(IRVINE, CA – December 21, 2010) – Aluratek, Inc. (www.aluratek.com


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