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AT&T to begin offering Dr. Dre 'Beatbox'

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 05 Mar 2012 11:19 User comments (6)

AT&T to begin offering Dr. Dre 'Beatbox'

Starting next week, AT&T will begin offering products by the Beats by Dr. Dre brand.
The carrier has announced it will soon be exclusively offering a version of the "Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox" in stores and online for $400.

As the company describes it, the Beatbox is a wireless audio system that also comes with a built-in dock connector for smartphones. The speaker system has Bluetooth connectivity, a remote control, handles and runs on six D-batteries.

On top of the Beatbox, the carrier will also sell wireless HD stereo Bluetooth headphones, Beats Solo HD Headphones, and UR Beats In-ear Headphones, says Cnet.

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6 user comments

16.3.2012 01:07

And if you listen to more that twelve songs in a week, then for the rest of the month the system will throttle the tempo of your music to 36 beats per minute.

26.3.2012 01:45

It's gonna flop, I'm calling it!

36.3.2012 13:08

WOW 6 D cells will help ya bulk up carying it around too...

Just my $0.02,


46.3.2012 13:43

Just what we need walking around town...

Oh, Im sorry... Did the middle of my sentence interrupt the beginning of yours?

57.3.2012 12:17

Saw the review and it only has an Ipod dock, what a waste.

67.3.2012 13:18

Originally posted by EzCeazy:
It's gonna flop, I'm calling it!
Not necessarily... there's always some tiny dicked, pecker-wood that just has to prove that he/she has no money to feed/cloth themselves, but somehow has the funds to promote such colossal POS as this.

So much so that we'll all have to listen to the f*king thing, distortion & all as they attempt to entertain our asses as they boogie down the block after a hard day jammin'.

No one ever tells the consumer that these damn things were never designed as PA rigs, but damned if we don't see/hear people trying to use them as such. Sometimes it makes me glad I'm going deaf...

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