Nuheara enjoyed another blockbuster day in Las Vegas at CES 2018 on Day Three. The company won yet another prestigious award from TWICE and Residential Systems for the newly announced IQbuds BoostTM product. Early in the day, co-founder David Cannington presented as part of ‘The State of the Wearable’ panel featured in the Wearable Technology Summit taking place at CES2018. And Nuheara received significant additional press attention over the course of the day, highlighted by a lengthy interview with co-founder and CEO Justin Miller on Sky News Australia.

Here’s a look at all of the action from Day Three!

TWICE Picks: Best of CES 2018

TWICE is a market leader is serving the B2B needs of the technology and consumer electronics industries. Publishing 20+ times per year, Twice reports on consumer technology through a suite of digital offerings. As defined by John Laposky, TWICE content director, “TWICE Picks are a microcosm of the collective genius of the technology industry and CES. These products and technologies rise above and highlight the best the tech sector has to offer to improve lives, entertain us and increase our knowledge and our productivity.”

Nuheara is extremely proud to be named part of the ‘TWICE Picks, Best of CES 2018‘ for the 2nd consecutive year. With IQbuds Boost joining IQbuds as an award recipient, such accolades further re-affirm Nuheara’s standing as the industry leader in hearable devices and intelligent hearing.

Sky News Australia Segment

Sky News Australia featured a lengthy interview Nuheara CEO Justin Miller from Day Three of CES 2018. In the interview, topics discussed included the market opportunity for hearable devices, the concept of intelligent hearing, insights into Nuheara as a company, and a breakdown of the newly announced LiveIQTM and IQbuds BoostTM products.

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The State of the Wearable Panel Discussion

Validating Nuheara management’s reputation as a thought leader in the hearables and wearable technology industry, co-founder David Cannington was chosen as a panel speaker in a discussion on “The State of the Wearable.” This panel was part of a three-topic “Wearable Technology Summit” at CES 2018. Mr. Cannington appeared alongside executives from corporations such as ELLE USA, HEISEL, and Fossil Group, Inc.

Other Media Coverage

In addition to Sky News Australia, Nuheara continued to receive strong media coverage from major publishers around the world. Below is a sampling:

Nuheara’s voice amplifying earbuds offer customizable hearing profiles

“Like the standard IQBuds before them, I’m impressed with what Nuheara’s been able to do here (IQbuds Boost) when it comes to amplifying voices. I tried out the new pair in the bustling TechCrunch CES booth and was pretty impressed again.

Nuheara Offers ‘Blended Audio Worlds’

“Intelligent earbuds that allow a user to selectively tune in or out the outside world caught our intrepid writer Pete Brown’s attention at CES 2018.”

Consumer Reports
The Perfect Headphone for Every Activity

“…An appealing option for the air passenger who wants to travel light.”

The Nuheara booth will be open again today, the final day of CES 2018 from 9a – 4p. For those still in Vegas, come by for a product demonstration at the Sands Expo, Level 2, Booth #44746.

January 12th, 2018