NEW YORK, Jan. 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- For 50 years, the Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) has served as a launching pad for the latest and greatest tech innovations. This year—the Golden Anniversary—is no different. Tech expert and TV Personality, Steve Greenberg, partnering with YourUpdate.tv, explores some of the trendiest products at this years showcase and what new tech will be making an impact in 2017.
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Personalized Audio Solutions
A theme of this year’s showcase was intelligent and highly-personalized audio solutions, and the new speaker from JBL—celebrating it’s 70th anniversary—is just that. The JBL Pulse 3 is a portable Bluetooth speaker with powerful, 360 degree sound and fully customizable LED light system. Fully waterproof, it’s the perfect option for the beach or pool parties.
While the Pulse 3 is great for parties or small gatherings, the JBL BassPro Go is taking portable speaker systems to the next level. This is the first audio system that can be used both inside and outside your automobile. Whether it’s used as a sub-bass for your car audio system or as it’s own portable speaker, the BassPro Go packs a serious punch.
For those who really want their sound on the go, JBL is offering Soundgear, a wear-able sound device that wraps comfortably around your neck and provides personal audio for your ears. This is a really fantastic way to take your sound on the go, whether you listen to music while cleaning the house or are strapping on a VR headset.
Many of us rely on headphones when travelling, and the AKG N60 NC Wireless can be the perfect companion. With no wires, and Active Noise Cancelling technology, they can help you tune out even the loudest of distractions.
The Future of Driving
This year, autonomous and self-driving cars really stole the headlines. Rinspeed, the prototype concept vehicle manufacturer, partnering with HARMAN, displayed an intelligent, autonomous vehicle. With the complete Microsoft Office suite, voice-controlled virtual assistant, full-windshield “heads-up” display technology and tons more, this vehicle offers the ultimate user experience.
For those who simply cannot wait for that “heads up” display, NAVDY is offering an augmented reality driving device. A the world’s first aftermarket heads-up driving device, the NAVDY projects car, phone, navigation, texts and music info directly into a driver’s line of sight. No more looking away when you receive a text message – everything is right there in front of the windshield, allowing you to keep your eyes on the road and stay safe.
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