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Slideshow: Gadgets Galore at CES
1/14/2013

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PURE, which initially built its reputation by developing Internet radio, has added wireless HiFi adapters to WiFi and Bluetooth (shown, front) along with wireless speakers. Plug in the HiFi adapter, and the company claims you can transform a HiFi system into a multi-room audio system. PURE also introduced portable wireless speakers (shown, rear) with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. The wireless speaker offers 360-degree sound (mono and stereo). WiFi can be used to stream synchronized audio to multiple wireless speakers in and outside the home.
PURE, which initially built its reputation by developing Internet radio, has added wireless HiFi adapters to WiFi and Bluetooth (shown, front) along with wireless speakers. Plug in the HiFi adapter, and the company claims you can transform a HiFi system into a multi-room audio system. PURE also introduced portable wireless speakers (shown, rear) with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. The wireless speaker offers 360-degree sound (mono and stereo). WiFi can be used to stream synchronized audio to multiple wireless speakers in and outside the home.

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Ann R. Thryft
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Re: CE$$$$$
Ann R. Thryft   1/30/2013 12:30:40 PM
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williamweaver. I think the global economic system is so huge and complex that it's pretty difficult to see how it's affected by specific policy decisions made by individuals in a particular country.

jonnk
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Gadgets Galore
jonnk   2/21/2013 10:10:20 AM
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We may be broke and hungry on the streetcorner but at least we will have all the electronics we need.

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