After a short period of uncertainty and virtual-only meetings thanks to the global coronavirus pandemic, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023 in Las Vegas returns to full-blown in-person glory. Local wearables maker Boat will be showcasing advanced headphones, earbuds and neckbands at his CES 2023 later this week.
Boat Labs, the R&D arm of Boat, works with international technology companies such as Dolby, Dirac, Mimi and CEVA to create these advanced devices.
Boat features Boat Neckband with Dolby, Boat Rockers 330/333 ANC Neckband with Dirac Opteo, Boat Rockers Apex Neckband, Boat Nirvana Nebula, Boat Airdope Synth TWS Products, Dirac Vertuo, Personalized Adaptive We will be exhibiting the Boat Nirvana 525 ANC Neckband. EQ,
Boat CEVA — Boat Nirvana Eutopia Headphones. The brand’s first headphones to offer head tracking to further enhance spatial audio.
“Boat is a company with a strong vision, aggressive goals and an incredibly talented team focused on creating cutting-edge hearable and wearable products. It is a testament to our commitment to developing truly innovative technologies in India for the benefit of our experience,” the company said in a statement.
“We work closely with global technology companies such as Dolby, Dirac, Mimi and CEVA to develop innovative technologies that help facilitate and accelerate engineering efforts with a particular focus on improving the user experience. We are proud to have our products designed and now products designed in India are showcased on the world stage like CES.”
Meanwhile, JBL has unveiled some interesting TWS earbuds at CES 2023. Dubbed the JBL Tour Pro 2 Wireless Earbuds, this pair of earbuds has a touchscreen in the charging case, and in the US he could go on sale for $249.95. We don’t know if the earbuds will be announced in other parts of the world.