At the 2012 International CES, House of Marley is showing two new bag-style Bluetooth speaker systems, Block Party and Nomad, as well as One Foundation, a high-end tabletop speaker system. Block Party is a two-channel Bluetooth audio system, featuring two 3.5-inch woofers, two one-inch tweeters, a ported speaker chamber, a built-in rechargeable battery, an interchangeable bag, and 20 watts of total power. It sells for $249. Nomad is also a two-channel Bluetooth speaker system, offering dual 2.5-inch woofers, two 2.5-inch passive radiators, the ability to run off AC power or alkaline batteries, a built-in bag, and 10 watts of total power. It is priced at $200. Finally, One Foundation is a high-end system, offering an iPod/iPhone/iPad dock, AirPlay support, two 5.25-inch woofers, two one-inch horn-loaded tweeters, a ported speaker chamber, wooden baffle, RCA and 3.5mm auxiliary inputs, an included remote, and 200 watts of total power. It will sell for $600; release dates have yet to be revealed.