What CES 2014 Meant For Music Lovers

What CES 2014 meant for music lovers released today by First Class Posting.

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For years, the Consumer Electronics Show has been giving music lovers a sneak peek at all the new ways that technology can change their listening experience.

(PRWEB) January 15, 2014

For years, the Consumer Electronics Show has been giving music lovers a sneak peek at all the new ways that technology can change their listening experience. This year’s CES was no different. A wide variety of companies, from household names to bold newcomers, were on hand at CES 2014 to announce new music players. From what we’ve seen, music as we know it is never going to be the same.

“The streaming refrigerator was an example of one of those gadgets that proves to be visionary, even if they don’t catch on themselves,” said entrepreneur Jason Hope. “We may not need streaming music every time we go to make a sandwich, but at least that refrigerator got us thinking about what might be possible with integrating music into other devices. The idea itself may have been a little quirky, but two years later, we can see that there was definitely a kernel of foresight there.”

A lot of the most impressive music players released at CES this year were actually cars. Audi announced a new Smart Display Android tablet, included in the base price of a new car, that allows passengers complete control over the entertainment system inside the vehicle. This new tablet will allow passengers to control navigation, and will soon offer connectivity to a number of Android apps.

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