Bluetooth accessory maker BlueAnt won FCC approval for its RIBBON Bluetooth media streamer today. The oddly shaped device has a folded, slightly offset design that allows the RIBBON to be easily attached to a pocket or collar. The RIBBON has music controls on its face, as well as a 3.5mm jack and USB charging port.
Internal photos of the RIBBON show the device’s innards stretched out. A 100mAh battery is visible in FCC filings along with the RIBBON’s tiny circuit board.
The RIBBON will cost $69 when it’s released. BlueAnt hasn’t announced a release date for the device, but today’s FCC filing is a good indication that the RIBBON will be released soon.
The latest Bluetooth headset from BlueAnt made an appearance on the FCC today. Dubbed the T2 Endure, the device is described as a “durable, reliable Bluetooth device that has been designed to give high quality audio in the most challenging conditions. The T2 Endure features BlueAnt’s Wind Armor technology that will deliver clear audio in winds up to 25mph, according to the company. The device also features SIRI and Google Voice Actions support, as well as A2DP stereo support.
Internal photos of the T2 Endure show a CSR processor as well as memory from SST. The device’s battery shows a 95mAh rating.
No word on pricing or a release date.