CES 2011: Scosche Outs 2011 Product Line

Posted: Jan 6 2011, 8:16am CST | by , in News | CES


CES 2011: Scosche Outs 2011 Product Line
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Details on new Scosche gear

Later today at CES in Las Vegas Scosche will be outing their 2011 line of gear for geeks to peruse. We have some early details on the new gear ahead of that official launch. Amongst the new gear will be the REALM by Scosche over the ear headphones and in-ear monitors with high-end design and components for good sound. There will be three new sweat resistant models as well in that will also use the Scosche tapLINE III control surface and a mic.

Another new product is called the Scosche myTrek that is a wireless arm strap and pulse monitor for the iPhone and iPod touch. The device uses Bluetooth to send and store data about your workout to your phone and gives audio prompts and feedback to help the user stay in the target heart rate zone. The freedomMIC will also be unveiled at the show and it is a recording solution good for recording at up to 100-feet from the source with four hours of record time per charge.

Scosche also has a new line of power gear at the show with multiple new battery cases and battery packs for the iPhone 4 and a lot more. One of the coolest cases is the switchback for the iPhone 4 that is a battery case with an integrated kickstand. A new line of flipSYNC cables are also being unveiled at the show.

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