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20 Hot Consumer Electronics Products At CES Unveiled 2022

Samsung, Oledcomm and Pickwheel are among the companies to showcase products at CES Unveiled 2022.

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Jabra Elite And Enhance Earbuds

Jabra, a brand of earbuds from Danish manufacturer GN Group, brought new offerings to CES 2022.

The charcoal-colored Elite 4 Active earbuds pictured above (top row, third from the left) is meant for use during active workouts, according to the company. They feature Spotify Tap playback and are Amazon Alexa certified. The active noise cancellation feature blocks out background noise.

The black Enhance Plus line of wireless hearing enhancement earbuds pictured above to the right are aimed at users with mild to moderate hearing loss, according to the company. It has a warp compressor for sounds analysis, digital noise reduction for listening and speech, digital feedback suppression and binaural beamformer with directionality to focus on important sounds.

The cream-colored Elite 7 Pro earbuds pictured in the top left received a new Bluetooth multipoint feature to keep users connected to two devices at once. Users can move between personal and professional devices quickly.



Aptero CEO Cedric Chane-Ching demonstrated his company’s brand of 3D rooms created for businesses for use in virtual reality. It works on computers, mobile devices and VR headsets, requiring no installation.

The France-based company creates virtual rooms for businesses, including in-room screens that can show user-broadcasted live video. The company provides an on-premises installation and can integrate into Microsoft Teams servers or websites, according to Aptero.

Aptero was founded in 2020, according to Crunchbase.

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