January 17, 2013, Las Vegas, NV., -
Beanstalk rounds-up a host of licensed products showcased at CES from its world-class client roster.
- Client AT&T and Concept 101 were awarded a CES Innovation Award for its new branded sonic absolute speakers with 3D sound embedded technologies. Concept 101 also showcased its AT&T Bluetooth-enabled Portable Speakers featured in various finishes and colors, as well as On-Ear Wireless and Wired Headphones with a portable folding design and rechargeable battery with 10 hour playback.
- PowerBright, the Energizer licensee for Power Inverters, was awarded a CES Innovation Award for "world's smallest cup inverter’. The product features 120 watts of power, with no fan noise and 4 USB ports to power all your devices while sitting in your car cup holder.
- Premier, a leading company in mobile accessories, introduced its refreshed line of Energizer-branded surge protectors, a line of iPhone 5 accessories featuring the “lightning connector” from Apple, and its smart phone version of their iSurge travel charger.
- Energizer licensee Bower highlighted its new Energizer-branded rechargeable camera batteries, flashes, card readers and more.
- New partner La Crosse Technologies introduced its Frigidaire Temperature Monitor and Alert System which allows consumers to remotely monitor ambient temperature levels that affect their home, animals and valuables. The unit sends text and e-mail alerts when the custom min/max temperature range is exceeded, connection is lost, or battery is low.
- Incipio launched its Stanley rugged phone cases that provide the highest level of protection for those who need the ultimate in durability day in and day out. The AR Stanley Case for the iPhone 5 houses a detachable widget that, when paired with an app, helps you measure any short distance using augmented reality.
- U.S. Army
- Licensee U.S. Digital Media launched its U.S. Army line of products including earbuds, headphones, auxiliary power chargers, flash drives and car chargers.
- CTA Digital showcased full range of U.S. Army branded products in the video game controllers & accessories category, while Skinit and Decal Girl displayed mobile accessories skins and cases.