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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry December 9, 2007


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    February 4, 2005

    Notebook owners can enjoy better audio on the road, in the hotel, or at the conference table with Tritton Technologies' Sound Bite -- a one-piece 2.1 speaker system that draws its power from the laptop via an attached USB cable. The device measures 4.3 by 4.3 by 1.7 inches, with a flip-up lid that reveals two 28mm magnetically shielded satellite speakers above a 52mm subwoofer. It hands 5 watts rated input power with a maximum rated output power of 1.2 + 1.2 watts. The Sound Bite is priced at $50.

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