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LAS VEGAS — Valencell is exhibiting its PerformTek Precision Biometrics suite, a licensable technology that seamlessly integrates into ear buds or other form factors and extracts biometric data from a wearer.
Data such as continuous heart rate and energy expenditure can then be pushed to an existing compatible smartphone app on a portable device.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.
LAS VEGAS — There are few accessories categories growing faster than digital health and fitness technology products, as proven by the sheer number of such exhibitors at this year’s International CES.
BodyMedia is introducing the Vue, a disposable, waterproof adhesive patch that monitors wellness factors such as calorie burn, activity levels, sleep patterns and overall calorie balance over a five- to seven-day period.
LAS VEGAS — AfterShokz will add to its headphones lineup during International CES at booth 26522 in the South Hall.
The company’s open-ear headphones feature its patent-pending bone-conduction technology, meant to let users stay better aware of their surroundings while listening to music, the company said.
LAS VEGAS — Jabra will launch several headphones during International CES at booth 11608.
The Revo Wireless headphones feature memory foam ear cups and touch-activated music controls. They work with a dedicated music player app that enables Dolby sound, Jabra said.
There is also a corded version, the Revo model, that comes in black or white. The Revo Wireless ($249) and Revo ($199) headphones will ship in April.
LAS VEGAS — Those indefatigable hard rockers known collectively as Motorhead are launching a complete assortment of headphones and earphones for the U.S. market under the brand name Motorheadphones during International CES.
LAS VEGAS — Beyerdynamic will present a variety of new headphones at International CES, including its customizable Custom One Pro model. The company can be found at booth 21445 in the South Hall.
The Custom One Pro features what the company calls flexible style kits, allowing users to change the rings, covers and cushions on the ear pads, as well as the cushioned headband. The cables can be modified for different lengths and designs.
LAS VEGAS — Audio-Technica is expanding its Quiet- Point, SonicSport and Core Bass headphones lines and plans to introduce them at International CES this week.
The new QuietPoint models include the over-ear ATH-ANC29 and in-ear ATH-ANC33iS for $99.95 and $79.95, respectively. Both are active noise-canceling headphones that will still operate when the batteries run out.
The ATH-ANC33iS comes with Comply foam tips and silicone ear tips in three sizes and its communications capabilities work with all smartphones, according to the company.
LAS VEGAS — Monster is gearing up for a big year in 2013, and it came to International CES with new headphones and the launch of its Monster Mobile brand.
Monster plans to take the wraps off the high-end Genesis headphones at its press conference on Jan. 7. These luxury on-ear headphones have been in development for years, according to head monster Noel Lee, and features include 40mm drivers, active noise-canceling technology and a $550 suggested retail.
LAS VEGAS — Headphones manufacturers are flocking to International CES, held here this week, to try to capture yet another strong year of sales. TWICE has rounded up some of the newest entrants to the market that are debuting at the show or were recently introduced at the tail end of 2012.
House of Marley is updating its eco-friendly headphones with a new fabric known as Rewind. It also recently added new styles and colors to its Jammin’ line with the launch of the Rise Up, Riddim and Harambe models.
LAS VEGAS — Metra Home Theater Group is debuting several lines of pro A/V accessories this week in booth 13427, aimed at the professional installer.
New video product launches include three new HDMI extender models, an HDMI cable tester, and two new flat-panel tilt mounts. New audio solutions from the company include a new IR kit, two new component shelves, an in-line surge protector for HDMI products, a universal learning remote and an accessory lockbox shelf.