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Jawbone Jambox for $99.99 at Best Buy Black Friday 2013

Bluetooth speaker that doubles as a speakerphone for under $100

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Jawbone Jambox for $99.99 at Best Buy Black Friday 2013

Best Buy has announced a special deal for Black Friday 2013 on a Bluetooth speaker allowing you to play your music back from smartphones, tablets, or computers wirelessly. The speaker is from Jawbone and is called the Jambox.

The speaker normally retails for $149.99. During the Black Friday 2013 door buster specials, the Jambox will sell for $99.99. The speakers are available in multiple colors and feature integrated Bluetooth 2.1 technology along with noise and echo reduction. Wireless range is 33 feet and the speakers have DSP technology built-in.

The wireless speakers can also be used as a speakerphone with integrated call answer and end buttons. The speakers are also available with different patterns on the front allowing you to pick one that best fits your personality for the personality of the person you're buying for.

According to Black Friday Countdown there is about 20 days until Black Friday 2013. We will again provide full analysis and guidance of Black Friday Ads and Deals in our Black Friday Hub .

 

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