Although the lights temporarily went out for much of CES on Day Two, there were no such issues at the Sands Expo Center or the Nuheara booth. Interest in IQbudsTM and the upcoming IQbuds BoostTM and LiveIQTM products remained intense as thousands of show attendees stopped by to discover the power of hearing intelligence for themselves.
Late in the afternoon, a very special guest visited with the Nuheara team to test IQbudsTM and happily walked away with a new pair of his own… signed, sealed, and delivered.
In addition to the great Stevie Wonder, the experience of augmented hearing left visitors from around the globe impressed with IQbudsTM technology. Below is a small sampling of some of the many Tweets from Day Two:
Are these the world's most intelligent earbuds? We think so.
Hi-res audio, selective noise control, speech amplification in crowded or loud surrounding and completely wireless.
— Stuff India (@stuff_india) January 11, 2018
— Tom Emrich (@tomemrich) January 11, 2018
Additionally, tech and news journalists wrote a number of new stories on IQbudsTM, and the recent announcements about LiveIQTM and IQbuds BoostTM:
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“One of the most interesting products I saw at this year’s CES (at least as far as cycling is concerned) was Nuheara’s IQBud wireless earbuds. “
WA manufacturer to market first wireless noise-cancelling earbuds
“As we continue to push the boundaries of ANC technology, it is rewarding to see our product integrated into leading-edge consumer audio devices.”
Business News Western Australia
Nuheara launches new earbuds
“Local tech company Nuheara has partnered with multinational manufacturer ams AG to launch its new noise-cancelling earbud product, LiveIQ.”
The Nuheara booth will be open again today from 9a – 6p and tomorrow, the final day of CES 2018. For those in Vegas, come by for a product demonstration at the Sands Expo, Level 2, Booth #44746.