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HMDX, House of Marley Roll Out New Gear At CES

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One of the gorgeous docking stations from the House of Marley line at the 2011 CES.

One of the gorgeous docking stations from the House of Marley line at the 2011 CES.

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LAS VEGAS — Several personal electronics brands tied to the Commerce Township medical device company Homedix are rolling out new products at the 2013 International CES this week in Las Vegas.

HMDX Jam, the No. 1-selling Bluetooth speaker in the U.S., is now adding eight new products to its Bluetooth collection, including multi-pairing headphones, stereo paired speakers, water resistant speakers and more.

Included are products like the $119.99 HMDX Jam Party, which features AC or rechargeable battery power, 30-foot range, four speakers for superior bass performance, and up to eight hours of play; the $59.99 HMDX Jam Plus, which can be paired with another Jam Plus for true stereo sound and features a four-hour rechargeable lithium ion battery; a $69.99 weather-resistant version of the Jam; a $79.99 Jam Splash that’s even more water-resistant; and the $89.99 Jam Fusion headphones that can be paired with another Jam Fusion.

HMDX also offers several versions of the bedside clock radio with Bluetooth features.

More at www.hmdxAudio.com.

The company also offers the myCharge series of portable chargers ranging in price from $29.99 to $129.999. More at www.mycharge.com.

And HMDX is also behind the House of Marley series of Earth-friendly earbuds, headphones and speakers.

House of Marley says it aims to realize Bob Marley’s vision of One Love, One World by creating lifestyle products that are crafted to last, use earth-friendly materials and benefit people and planet. House of Marley donates five percent of its annual profits to 1Love, a global movement dedicated to spreading Bob Marley’s message of unity and peace.

Many of the Marley products feature a new fabric called Rewind, made of reclaimed hemp, organic cotton and the fibers of recycled water bottles. Rewind is finished using water-based dyes. Last year, House of Marley introduced the Marley Lively Up and Lively Up leather bag collections made of the Rewind fabric.

New Marley headphones range from $59.99 to $199.99. And portable audio includes brand names like Bag of Riddim and Chant, at price points from $99.99 to $399.99.

The top of the line, the One Foundation Premium Digital Audio System for $799.99, features top quality components and certified oak.

More at www.thehouseofmarley.com.

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