What we won at CES 2012

It’s strange to think that CES is over for another year. Most of us have fully recovered from a week in Las Vegas, working at the largest consumer electronics trade show. Together with 153,000 fellow exhibitors and attendees, we made this CES the best one yet. We even brought home a few awards!

Twenty Audio Amplifier for Airport Express wins Popular Mechanics Editor's Choice Award at CESTwenty received the Popular Mechanics Editor’s Choice Award. They wrote:

The Griffin Twenty streaming audio device turns any Apple AirPort Express into a stereo system. The machine has a simple and elegant design, just a plug for the AirPort Express and a large, friendly white dial for volume. As its name implies, the Twenty has an internal 20-watt amplifier and outputs for left and right stereo speakers, plus a subwoofer. The concept is that the dial controls the volume, while the rest of the interface is taken care of through your iPhone, iPad or computer.

Check out the video and learn more on our Twenty page.

iLounge Best of Show CES 2012StudioConnect took home the Best of Show Award from iLounge

Thanks to Apple’s GarageBand, the iPad is a viable professional audio recording device, and the $150 StudioConnect expands it dramatically. MIDI in and out ports, mic, headphone, and stereo audio-out ports, plus an iPad dock and wall charger, all in a gorgeous, blue-glowing design.

Learn more about StudioConnect.

Our CES 2012 booth won the Best of Show Award from iLounge

While there are many eye-catching booths in the iLounge Pavilion at CES, the most impressive is Griffin’s, which uses a homey, rustic design that feels true to the company’s Tennessee roots while thoughtfully spotlighting its wide array of new products. Refinished antiques contrast with the modern devices, a look that works wonderfully here.

Here’s a quick video tour I shot. You’ll also find lots of photos of our CES booth and more from CES 2012 on our Flickr page.

Were you at CES? What new product has you most excited?

 

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