Now that I've had a week to let the overload of tech goodies I saw at CES sink in, sift through my notes, photos, and digest all of the information, I've devised a list of 7items that were my favourite from the show.
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At CES 2019, Audio-Technica expanded its QuietPoint wireless active noise-cancelling headphones lineup with the introduction of its new top of the line over-ear ATH-ANC900BT, plus the over-ear ATH-ANC500BT and in-ear ATH-ANC100BT.
Scosche's BTFREQ, a dual-port charger for the car, one of many devices the company had on display at CES last week in Las Vegas, comes with Alexa voice capabilities built in.
As my last day at CES 2019 approached, the energy had been completely sucked out of my body. Thankfully, the following five items re-energized me throughout the day, giving me great hope for what's to come in AV in 2019.
The Weiser brand of Spectrum Brands, Inc. - Hardware & Home Improvement Division introduced its first Wi-Fi smart lock at CES 2019.
During our third day walking the CES show floor, we came across plenty more AV goodies that excite us about what's to come for 2019.
This year's CES, as always, was chocked-full of plenty of goodies of all kinds, from small and clever gadgets, to massive flying vehicles and even a luxury yacht.
This year, Sharp Corporation returned to CES with what it calls its "first full-scale exhibit in over four years."
At CES, Florida-based technology startup Human Capable Inc. introduced its Norm Glasses smart glasses.
AirSelfie Holdings Ltd. has announced three new flying cameras, making aerial photography easier than ever.
Onkyo USA has announced the introduction of two new amplifiers from TEAC.