CE Week to Host Mid-year Product Launches and Technology Updates for NYC Media, Finance, Fashion and Arts Executives, June 23-25
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CE Week kicks off tomorrow, providing media and NYC tech influencers with a record number of new products and an expanded, three-day conference program. Over 175 participating companies, from some of the top brands to unknown start-ups, will be showing what’s new, while a program of over 35 conference sessions, keynotes and workshops will put what’s new into mid-year 4Q context. CE Week Conferences are scheduled June 23-25, while CE Week Exhibits are scheduled June 24-25 at the Metropolitan Pavilion/Altman Building.
Global brands including Buick, Dolby, Epson, HP, House of Marley, Hyundai, iHome, LG Electronics, Onkyo, Pandora, Pioneer, Samsung, Seiki, Sony, TiVO, and Westinghouse are backing this year’s show. New products on display at CE Week include:
Apira Science – The iGrow Hair Growth System is a wearable in-home use device that utilizes Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) to treat genetic hair loss. iGrow has been FDA cleared and is clinically proven to promote hair growth in both men and women.
Auro Technologies – The Auro-3D® Crux™ is the first true 3D sound home cinema processor to deliver high-end audio features at a price point for a wide range of home cinemas and media rooms.
Epson – The Epson® Pro Cinema LS10000 4K Enhancement Projector combines 3LCD Reflective technology and a laser light source to deliver an unprecedented contrast ratio and one of the largest color gamuts for an immersive experience.
First Alert – The Onelink Watch tracks health/fitness goals, automatically detects activity, continuously monitors heart rate with no chest strap, records workout sessions, automatically measures sleep and sends safety alerts with GPS location.
Flygrip – Flygrip attaches to any phone or tablet (or case), and allows you to easily and comfortably “one hand” your device. Your thumb will now be able to reach all of your screen without fear of dropping it.
JLab Audio – The Epic Bluetooth Earbuds have 60 percent more battery capacity than competitive products, C3™ (Crystal Clear Clarity) technology and are equipped with JLab’s Memory Wire™ over-ear hooks.
Monodevices – MonBaby is an award-winning baby monitor that snaps onto any article of a child’s clothing, just like a button, and sends alerts on breathing movements, body position (on the back or on the stomach), fall detection and proximity removal.
Monster – The SuperStar BackFloat is a rugged, wireless Bluetooth floating speaker/speakerphone that has broken the water barrier. With a rugged silicone cover that protects the electronics, it can be used virtually anywhere without fear of damage.
NEA 3D – NEA 3D printers pack huge print volumes at affordable prices for beginner users to professional builders with its elegant circular design, space efficiency, and future proof modularity.
NeoLab Convergence – The Neo smartpen N2 was designed to seamlessly integrate our real and digital worlds by transforming what we write on paper—everything from sketches and designs to business meeting notes—to our iOS and Android devices.
olloclip – The all-new olloclip 4-in-1 Photo Lens has been completely redesigned for the iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus with 4 advanced-optic lenses (fisheye, wide-angle, and two macro lenses on each end — a 10x and 15x magnification) in one small package weighing less than an ounce.
PhoneSuit – The PhoneSuit Elite 6 Battery Case for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus provides users with extended power they need while also enhancing ergonomics and durability.
Pioneer – The AVIC-8100NEX, in-dash navigation receiver features Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, Bluetooth® hands-free calling and audio streaming, AppRadio® Mode, SiriusXM® ready, iDatalink® Maestro™ support, Pandora® and enhanced audio/video capabilities.
singlecue – singlecue is a standalone device that connects and controls our media and smart home devices using simple touch-free gestures. It serves as a central control system allowing us to interact with our devices using a single, simple interface.
Westinghouse Electronics – Designed to draw you into the activity on the screen by bringing the action to you, the Westinghouse 34” 3K Curved Monitor contains a cinematic aspect ratio of 21:9 allowing you more room to work or play.
ZEISS – The ZEISS VR ONE is an open-platform wireless virtual reality/augmented reality (VR, AR) headset that gives the wearer access to immersive 3D videos and games and utilizes ZEISS precision optic design.
Zettaly – Avy is the first smart speaker offering a pure Google Android experience. With Avy, you can stream music directly over Wi-Fi using Spotify or apps alike, beam a song through Bluetooth, or play back your tunes locally.
Ztylus –The Ztylus Metal Camera Kit was created to enhance the width, depth and overall quality of your smartphone’s photos. This cutting-edge design seamlessly incorporates the Ztylus smartphone case and the Revolver Lens Attachment.
Several companies will be announcing and debuting brand new products at the show including AfterShokz, Buick, clip&talk, Simple Living Technologies and Sleepace.
Media will have a sneak preview of the entire CE Week show floor at the official CE Week Media Breakfast, powered by ShowStoppers. The media-only breakfast is scheduled from 9-11 a.m., Wednesday, June 24 before the show officially opens.
Putting all these new products into context, the three-day CE Week Conference Program will explore the latest trends in wearable technologies, digital health, 3D printing, augmented reality and beyond.
CE Week Conferences will begin on Tuesday, June 23 with deeper-dive sessions. The Connected Car Conference will focus on game-changing behind-the-wheel innovations (and will feature in-car demos by Buick, Pioneer and QNX/Maserati). Your Next TV and Your Next Audio Conferences will show the technologies that are enhancing the TV and audio experience for consumers. This program will include a High Dynamic Range Workshop with Joe Kane as well as breathtaking High-Resolution Audio Demos with Mark Waldrep.
Exhibitors, including Monster, Pioneer and Adlens, will make major product announcements during CE Week with press conferences and Sengled, Vivitek, Pioneer, HearNotes, clip&talk, Oomi, The Padcaster, Formlabs, NeoLab Convergence, Westinghouse and Monster will take to the CE Week Demo Stage for exciting demos and presentations.
Special events taking place during CE Week 2015 include the B&H Opening Night Cocktail Party, 10 Under 20 Awards Ceremony, the FashionWare Runway Show, Value Electronics Flat Panel TV Shootout, Musical Performance sponsored by ROLI, and America’s Got Geek.
All of this information and more can be viewed on the CE Week Mobile Application.
For regular updates on new products, exhibitors and conference sessions, or to register for CE Week 2015, visit www.ceweekny.com. Online registration is closing TODAY at 5:00 p.m. EST. Press are encouraged to pre-register, but registration will be open on-site Tuesday – Thursday. Follow CE Week 2015 on Facebook and Twitter, and use the official CE Week hashtag, #CEWeek.
About CE Week
CE Week is the consumer electronics (CE) industry’s official weeklong, citywide event in New York City. The official mid-year meeting, conference and new technology showcase includes the event headquarters, CE Week Exhibits, which is the site of CE Week’s largest exhibition hall and conference program. CE Week is produced by Martin Porter & Associates and Consumer Technology Publishing Group/NAPCO Media, publisher of Dealerscope, Technology Integrator and the Technology Tell Network.