Jan 6, 2014
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Pure borrows Pantone’s colors for a vibrant set of wireless speakers
From giant screens to glowing drones, there were plenty of flashy technologies competing for attention at CES Unveiled tonight. But from a small table, Pure managed to bring in a crowd of its own with nothing more than its new line of speakers. Though Pure’s big announcement is the US launch of a midsized speaker called the Jongo T4, its catchiest items on display were actually revisions of wireless speakers that it’s already had on the market.

Pure borrows Pantone’s colors for a vibrant set of wireless speakers

From giant screens to glowing drones, there were plenty of flashy technologies competing for attention at CES Unveiled tonight. But from a small table, Pure managed to bring in a crowd of its own with nothing more than its new line of speakers. Though Pure’s big announcement is the US launch of a midsized speaker called the Jongo T4, its catchiest items on display were actually revisions of wireless speakers that it’s already had on the market.

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