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Wet Sounds Unveils New Weatherproof Soundbar 

Wet Sounds Unveils New Weatherproof Soundbar 
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Audio company Wet Sounds has announced the release of its 2023 weatherproof soundbar – the STEALTH XT. The company’s new soundbar, which comes in a set of 6, 8 or 12 speakers, is perfect for use in a wide range of outdoor vehicles, including ATVs, boats and golf carts.  The model boasts a built-in 300W Class-D DSP Amplifier, a back-lit touchpad controller with Bluetooth connectivity and RGB accent lighting with 12 color modes. The soundbar is weatherproof rated for all outdoor marine and powersports applications and features a wireless remote, as well as 3.5 AUX input for wired connection. 

In other news, wearable technology company iTouch has unveiled a new line of products in collaboration with health and wellness expert Jillian Michaels. The newly announced products include the iTouch Air 4 smartwatch, which offers a new design and a larger interactive touchscreen display than the previous Air 3 model. It also features enhanced biometric sensors that can capture heart rate and step count more accurately. The other new product is the iTouch Active fitness tracker. The wearable device boasts a full touch screen with enhanced biometric sensors and thirteen sports modes. 

Lastly, Intel announced its lineup of 13th generation Intel Core mobile processors, including the flagship Intel Core i9-13980HX. The company’s Intel Core i9-13980HX is the world’s first 24-core processor for a laptop. The family of processors feature up to 5.6 gigahertz of turbo frequency, which deliver up to 11% faster single-thread performance and 49% faster multitask performance over the previous generation. The processors will be featured in over 50 designs from companies like HP, Dell, Lenovo and Acer. 


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