Nov 9 2011, 11:40am CST | by Shane McGlaun
Today iLuv has announced that it has won five different CES innovations 2012 Design and Engineering awards (PDF). These awards are given ahead of CES each year to some of the most innovative products on the technology and consumer electronics market. The winning products that iLuv makes are the Vibro II (iMM155), the Mobi-Air (iMM377), the Charging Station (iAD301), Dual Port USB Auto Charger (iAD610), and the Sync and Charge Cable (iCB12).
The awards for iLuv came in several different categories with the Portable Multimedia category winds for iLuv coming thanks to the Vibro II (iMM155) and Mobi-Air (iMM377). The company won in the Portable Power category for the Charging Station (iAD301) and the Sync and Charge Cable (iCB12).
The final winning product was the dual USB Auto Charger iAD610 that took an award in the In-Vehicle Accessories category. The official award program for these products and other winners will be held at CES 2012 in January.
“iLuv is an innovative thought leader in the consumer electronics industry that delivers market-premium products at an approachable price,” said Pia Chon, marketing director at iLuv. “We continually create groundbreaking and relevant solutions allowing users to gain maximum functionality from their devices. We are honored to be recognized for our achievements and thank CEA for the five International CES Innovations 2012 Design and Engineering Awards.”
Source: The Edge Singapore
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