CES short for Consumer Electronics Show — is an annual trade show held in Las Vegas each January; CES is one of the best windows to see the Electronics trends, most exciting and cutting-edge tech products;

Then what’s new at this CES 2020, what are the highlights and digital trends? Here we go seeing the top brands launching new products in audio category

New Bluetooth standard

Bluetooth SIG launch new generation protocol ‘LE Audio’, and here are the important points for the LE Audio

  • Super lower power consumption

  • ISOC frame

  • New audio decoder ‘LC3’

  • Support Multi-stream Audio

  • Support Broadcast application

  • Contribution to hearing aids

TWS Headphones

1) Harman/Kardon

Harman/Kardon launch new model FLY TWS;

  • Bluetooth 5.0

  • SBC/AAC code

  • Support ANC

  • IPX5 rating

  • Support Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa

  • 5 hours battery life + 10 hours extra via charging case

  • Retail US$150


JBL launched 2 new models; Live 300TWS and TUNE 220TWS

Live 300TWS – Retail US$149.95; Normal in-ear design, built-in dual mic, IPX5 rating, 6 hours per single charge, and get extra 14 hours via charging case. Support Google assistant, Amazon Alexa, TalkThru

TUNE 220TWS – Retail US$99.95; The design is Airpods style. Comfort fit, metallic finish on earbuds, total 19 hours battery life


Launch first ANC TWS earbuds model QuitePoint ATH-ANC300TW, Retail US$249

4)Altec Lansing

Launched 4 models, 2 models in-ear design, 2 models sports design;

Altec Lansing Nano Pods – Fashionable, Colorful, IPX5 rating, 4 hours per single charge, get extra 16 hours via charging case

MZX559 Nano Pods – Mini design, IPX5 rating, 4 hours per single charge, get extra 16 hours via charging case

MZX659 True Evo 2.0 – Sports design, IPX6 rating, 7 hours per single charge, get extra 70 hours via charging case

MZX759 True Evo Sport – Sports design, IPX6 rating, 6 hours per single charge, get extra 30 hours via charging cradle