SuperTooth's Crystal Bluetooth hands-free kit brings its delights to CES

Hands-free calling, yeah? If the one thing missing from your life is being able to talk at the wheel, then Supertooth's Crystal Bluetooth speakerphone is for you. Magnetically clipping onto the sun visor of your whip, it'll let you talk'n'drive with its automatic pairing and multi-point tech, handling two phones on the same unit -- if that's your particular bag. You'll be able to stream music from any A2DP enabled player or directions from a GPS unit. It'll give you 20 hours of talk time and 40 days of standby from just a single three hour charge, retailing for $69.99 when it arrives at the end of Q1 2012.

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Las Vegas, NV – January 9, 2012 – SuperTooth, leading manufacturer of hands-free car kits and portable accessories worldwide, will showcase its industry-leading line of Bluetooth accessories at South Hall 4, Booth 36206 at CES 2012, debuting its fresh new take on its wildly popular portable speaker – the Disco2 – along with its sleek new Bluetooth speakerphone – Crystal.

"SuperTooth devotes a lot of time and passion into the creation of its products to ensure each piece encompasses first-class design, aesthetics and functionality," said Yves Le Reun, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. "With a presence in more than 40 countries, SuperTooth has sold more than 5 million devices worldwide, reaching a 45% market share worldwide in 2010 in the Bluetooth speakerphone space."

Crystal – SuperTooth's newest introduction to its Bluetooth speakerphone line – will also debut at CES. Featuring an ultra sleek and slim design, Crystal will attach to a car's sun visor via a durable, magnetic clip allowing for instant hands-free calling capability for any type of vehicle. Featuring automatic pairing and multi-point technology connecting up to 2 phones simultaneously, Crystal will provide up to 20 hours of hands-free talk time (40 days of stand-by) with a 3 hour charge of its lithium-ion battery. Crystal will also stream music directly from all Bluetooth A2DP-enabled phones as well as announces turn-by-turn navigation from a Bluetooth A2DP-enabled GPS. Crystal also supports voice recognition dialing for phones equipped with this feature. Drive safely and in style with Crystal, available in alternative colors for the first time. Crystal will tentatively be available end Q1 2012 for $69.