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Event Coverage

CEE 2015 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 29 May 2015

Panasonic, Puma & RedMonster

Panasonic

Panasonic claims that its RP-HC700 noise-canceling headphones can reduce ambient noise by up to 92%. It features large 40mm neodymium drivers and has a fold-flat design with detachable cord for easy portability. It is priced at $188 (U.P.: $299).

 

Puma

The Puma Soundchuck Wireless Sports Speaker is a ruggedized Bluetooth speaker that will allow you to take your music outdoors. It features a durable silicon exterior that is both shock- and weather-resistant, and comes with a flexible cord so you can hang it around just about anything. It can also be hooked up to a music source via a 3.5mm headphone jack, and the 1,100mAh Li-ion battery is good for over 6 hours on a single charge. The speaker comes in red, gray, black, orange and pink and retails for $69 (usual price $199).

 

RedMonster

At a capacity of 16,800mAh, the RedMonster Ultra Slim 168 Lithium Polymer battery pack sounds like it should be larger than it really is. It is just 14.99mm thin, which makes it even easier to carry around. It has a dual output of 3.1A, so you can charge up to two devices at the same time, and it will automatically power off when it's no longer in use. Available in purple, black and white, it is selling for $53.30 now, down from $169.90 usually.