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The BoomStream, available now for $99.99, uses Bluetooth 2.1 for streaming music and can work with any Apple or Android device, the company said. Non-Bluetooth devices can connect via the aux-in jack.
Features include two 40mm drivers, a down-firing passive subwoofer, a 1,200 mA lithium-polymer rechargeable battery and a brushed-aluminum surface. Frequency range is listed at 90Hz to 20kHz. A built-in mic allows the BoomStream to also be used as a speakerphone.
Up to eight hours of continuous playback is possible, Scosche said, and it takes about 3.5 hours to reach a full charge. It measures 6.7 inches by 2.5 inches by 2.1 inches.
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