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Sony Ericsson parades wireless audio dome

Bluetooth music from your phone

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Stereo systems are fine if you’re a sound-quality perfectionist. But if ease of use, connectivity and style are your primary concerns then Sony Ericsson’s latest wireless speaker will catch your eye.

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Sony Ericsson's MBS-900 wireless speaker

The 2.1-channel MBS-900 can connect to your mobile phone over Bluetooth A2DP, letting you wirelessly stream music from your handset to the speaker. If you’re still tied down by cables then the MBS-900 also has a 3.5in line-in connection too.

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Death Star wannabe?

SE claimed that the MBS-900 will provide “crystal-clear sound” through its stereo speakers and sub-woofer. An integrated FM receiver will also let you pick up the delights of disk jockeys leaving rude voicemail messages.

The monochrome OLED display lets you see track names and vital audio statistics, such as bass and treble levels. But if a call comes in while your rockin’ out then the speaker will automatically mute the music.

Sony Ericsson’s MBS-900 will be available early next year, but a price hasn’t transmitted over yet.

Secure remote control for conventional and virtual desktops

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