A round-up of the accessories that were launched at CES 2014 today.
A small piece of jewellery that is both an appearance booster AND an activity tracker, the Lumo Lift tracks body positions and movements, and when the user slouches or closes off their body, the sensor provides a gentle vibration to remind them to keep their shoulders back and head lifted.
Use this professional digital microphone for iPad, iPhone and Mac to record vocals, voice overs, acoustic guitar, piano, drums or anything in-between.
The Razer Nabu is a revolutionary wearable technology that delivers notifications from a smartphone right to one´s wrist and tracks selected personal information.
These headphones are inspired by rapper Meek Mill’s lifestyle and ‘designed for users who are not afraid of expressing who they are’. Though we have to admit that the “24K” gold look is both illuminating and eye-catching.
Monster® Diamond z™
The first headphones made for women, these limited-edition DiamondZ™ collection comes in four stunning on-trend metallic colors—RoseGold, Chrome, Black Chrome and Clear Blue.
An extension of the SmartWatch concept and perhaps showing what Sony would like to concentrate on from here on, this activity tracker is powered by the Sony Core tracker which helps you track what you do in your life, your movement, your photos and music into one automated journal.
Xperia Transfer Mobile
This piece of gadget allows you to transfer from your old handset to your new Xperia device without the need for a computer.
Stay tuned for more updates tomorrow!