San Diego --XYZprinting, the world's leading 3D printing company, concluded a highly successful Consumer Electronics Show (CES) today, having unveiled many new innovative products and concept devices, from 3D printing solutions, to wearable devices, robots and more.
Beginning at CES Unveiled’s pre-show event on Monday, January 4th, the team coordinated a week of exciting product demonstrations, leading the way with the new da Vinci Mini 3D printer, which was honored with three awards at the show, including Reviewed.com’s CES Editors' Choice Award, Tom's Guide CES 2016 Award, and TWICE’S Picks Award.
The da Vinci Mini, which will be XYZprinting’s most affordable 3D printer to hit the market, with an expected MSRP of $269, was recognized for its compact design and ability to deliver performance for its cost. The small, but versatile 3D printer, which comes with Wi-Fi capabilities, is designed for consumers across all levels such as small businesses, educators, DIY’ers and craftspeople.
“The recognition of the da Vinci Mini at CES validates our commitment to driving consumer accessibility in the 3D printing industry,” said Simon Shen, CEO of XYZprinting and New Kinpo Group. "We look forward to continuing to break down the technology barriers in the 3D printing market, by introducing easy-to-use, cost-effective devices, like the da Vinci Mini, that deliver innovative experiences to consumers.”
XYZprinting received coverage on its new products, which debut at CES, from the top echelon of business and technology media, including the International Business Times, MSN Money, CNET, BBC, Reviewed.com, Digital Trends, PC Mag, Tom’s Guide, and SF Gate.
Backed by its award winning 3D printing product ecosystem, the XYZprinting brand focuses on introducing cost-effective and easy-to-use 3D printers for widespread adoption in the marketplace. XYZprinting products require no assembly or equipment adjustments, and provide a straightforward user experience.
XYZprinting has been honored with many accolades, including TWICE's "Best Pick" award, Digital Trends' "Top Tech of CES" award, Reviewed.com's "CES Editors' Choice" award, and PC Mag's "Best of CES" award. Its 3D printers have received outstanding reviews from the top echelon of business and technology media, including TechCrunch, Forbes, CNET, and VentureBeat.