Highlights From The CEA Line Shows Show Floor
Some of what we saw on the show floor at CEA Line Shows 2012 (photos and captions by Dan Eldridge)
TYLT’s Kannyn MacRae with a handful of the multicolored Band car chargers ($40). The flat ribbon cable comes in both Micro-USB and Apple 30-pin models, and can power up two devices at once—quickly—with its 2.1 Amp.
Vook’s new cloud-based eBook publishing platform is essentially “a plug-in that turns your business into an e-publisher,” says Matthew Cavnar (above). With’s Vook software, the process of creating an eBook is similar to launching a Wordpress blog
Erin Hartin (left) and Max Andes with a tableful of G-Technology’s external hard drives for the Mac. A new line of USB 3.0 external drives is launching in July
“The Polaroid is coming back!” says Abby Forman (center), with Jason Ledder (left) and Michael Palumbo. All three are showing off the Z2300 Instant Digital Camera ($160), which gets about 10 shots per battery charge and shoots video as well.
From left to right: Molly Uhlig, Carly Rotman, Kathlene Hestir and Peter Castellino at the cheery and colorful Case-Mate booth.
Bernadette Brijlall and Marc Ziccardi of PNY proudly show off the Midtown ($35) and Uptown ($45) earbud headphones from the company’s brand-new line of audio products.
Audio-Technica’s Ji Hoon Hwang with the ATH-ANC9 Quiet Point Headphones ($299), which come equipped with the company’s Tri-Level noise cancellation technology.
Quik Pod president Wayne Fromm (shown here with his daughter, Sage Fromm) displays the Quik Pod DSLR ($30), a waterproof hand-held monopod that extends to 53 inches.
Aphex CEO David Wiener and brand ambassador Cecilee Mathieson demonstrate the Audio Xciter app ($4.99), a sound enhancement app available for both Android and iOS devices.
Ryan Griffith of Liquid Image with the new Ego ($180), a mountable sports camera with built-in Wi-Fi. The pocket-sized camera can be controlled and viewed on tablets and smartphones
Audiofly CEO Dave Thompson (left) with colleague Luke Pownall, showing off the AF78 earbud headphones ($199)