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Mymanu CLIK Launched at CES Las Vegas!

By January 29, 2018February 8th, 2018No Comments

Hello Mymanu’s

We just returned from the US after a very successful time exhibiting at CES 2018 – the world’s largest stage for electronics innovation. It’s the planet’s most notable gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies, and it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers with over 184,000 in attendance this year.

We weren’t just attending – Mymanu used the platform to officially launch the CLIK wireless earbuds and our brand new GABBY speaker – which also won an award! Take a look at what we got up to below.



We launched the Mymanu CLIK live translation ear buds with pristine audio quality to much anticipation. Our team eagerly performed demos and the product was received with great interest and excitement by the audience – take a look at some of their reviews!


Additionally, we were super excited to introduce our new Bluetooth speaker: GABBY. The product was named as a CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honouree, meaning it attracted a lot of interest. Products chosen as CES Innovation Honourees reflect innovative design and engineering in some of the most cutting edge tech products and services coming to market.

GABBY is a compact Bluetooth speaker with voice control, which can stick to any surface. The stylish, waterproof speaker offers 360˚ pure sound quality and effortless voice activation to rival some of the best on the market. Sign up for the latest updates and to be one of the first to experience this unique audio product!

Other news from CES

As well as demonstrating our own products, we also had a great time exploring the other exciting events happening at CES. We saw a selection of cool things to share with you, and a glimpse into the future…

Everywhere we went at CES this year we saw a massive increase in Virtual Assistants – they are integrated into TVs, washing machines, smart phones, refrigerators and cars, mostly utilising systems like the Alexa voice system, Cortana, Siri and Google assistant. There are other new virtual assistants to look out for such as Roku and Bixby. We were pleased to also introduce Gabby, which is our very own VA!

CES 2018 was all about digital assistants, and these will be a part of our everyday lives very soon. Driverless cars were also at the forefront of the event with Lyft, Rinseed, Ford, Intel and Toyota leading the chase. A lot of these are still concept cars but the general consensus is that these should start rolling out by 2020.

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