“Amps & Watts”, a mobile wireless audio and power solutions company, was featured on NewsWatch as part of its 2014 Consumer Electronic Show Wrap Up, which took a look at the latest and coolest technology showcased at the trade show.
A big trend at the Consumer Electronics Show was focused on improving the mobile experience. Consumers know smartphones and mobile devices are the fastest growing segment in the electronics industry. And while smartphones and mobile devices have impressive features, they still lack sound and power.
Amps & Watts is a company with an exhibit booth in the North Hall that set out with a simple goal, to allow a mobile device user to come home, jump on the couch, pull out their smartphone or mobile device and with a click of a button play their music wirelessly on hi-fi quality designer audio equipment.
This concept led them to the development of mobile wireless audio and power solutions for mobile devices and integrating these solutions into audio products creating a power and sound solution in one device. The company also added a few more extras in their design, the technology, and the performance of these mobile wireless audio and power solutions.
To learn more about Amps & Watts, visit http://www.ampsandwatts.com.
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