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The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has published the results of an independent audit by Veris Consulting, LLC, as it relates to the 2012 International CES. The report shows that the event attracted 3,319 exhibitors, a 22% increase year-over-year.
For spring 2012, Pioneer Electronics (Canada) Inc. has announced a broad lineup of 12-volt products, including in-dash navigation systems, CD receivers and amplifiers. Many of the new products feature enhanced connectivity and streaming capabilities.
CES 2012 is already in the rearview mirror, but outside of the frenzy over televisions, ultrabooks, mobile devices, apps and vehicle connectivity, the show floor was equally flooded with headphone manufacturers touting audiophile quality for the average consumer.
At CES, NAD added three Masters Series audio components, complementing its acclaimed M2 Digital Direct Amplifier.
At CES, iNature took to the floor to show attendees a pair of 100% biodegradable accessories for "i" device users.
Capitalizing on a growing market for high-quality digital audio, the British audiophile manufacturer Arcam launched five new DACs (digital-to-analog converters) at CES, including a high-end audiophile model, one for Bluetooth devices, and another that accommodates iPads.
At CES 2012, Sennheiser was on hand to introduce its HD 25 Amperior, DJ-styled headphones.
We are seeing a number of companies offer fitness gadgets that exploit various technologies, such as digital pedometers and accelerometers, Web-based cloud services and even social media, to get people active, focused and fit.
The 2012 lineup of JVC Everio camcorders, announced at CES 2012, includes three models with built-in Wi-Fi. This allows video clips and still images to be emailed, wireless transfer of files to smartphones, and a range of other functions.
While cloud services, smart TVs and Ultrabooks are this year's emerging trends at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the second wave of iPad challengers are still very much front and centre.