Motorola is rolling into CTIA with a cartload of stuff. Beyond its new Moto z9, the company announced today a Bluetooth headset (the H960) and a speaker system (the MotoROKR EQ3). The MotoRokr EQ3 is the newest addition to Motorola’s music‑focused ROKR line. The compact folding speaker has a universal 3.5mm plug, which stores conveniently in the speaker, and works with almost any music player. But Moto, where is the stereo Bluetooth? I don’t get it, if all your new phones come complete with A2DP support why not make a speaker set that is Bluetooth capable? Those looking for a portable speaker system for their phone might be more attracted to the Parrot Party Black which is stereo Bluetooth enabled. We will, however, wait for our hands on time with the speaker sets before making a decision. Powered by four AAA batteries (included), the EQ3 gets the party going for up to 12 hours. The Motorola H960 Bluetooth headset looks strikingly similar to the company’s MotoPure H12, which was released at the end of 2007. The H690, like the H12, uses dual microphone noise reduction and echo cancellation technology. We look forward to testing out the sound quality of the H960, since we were so impressed with the H12. It was hands down one of the best headsets I have ever tested. The H690 should be more comfortable, however, since it sports TrueComfort ear buds. The headset supports voice dialing and EasyPair technology. Motorola doesn’t have pricing details yet on the two new accessories, but they will be available in Q2 2008.