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Bem Wireless Speaker Band Puts a Speaker on Your Wrist

by Shane McGlaun

If you want a Bluetooth speaker that you can take with you on the go to listen to your favorite tunes, Bem Wireless has a new offering that is very different from the others on the market. The device looks like a watch, but doesn’t tell time.

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The Bem Wireless Speaker Band is a speaker that supports wireless music streaming from your mobile device. It has controls on the side for play/pause, and skipping tracks. Power for the device comes from an internal battery that charges via USB and is good for six hours of use.

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One of the more interesting features is that the Speaker Band also has a microphone. That means you can use it to answer calls from your wrist, and use it with apps which support voice commands. It even supports spoken caller ID functionality. The Speaker Band is up for pre-order now for $49.99.

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