January 8 announcements from the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show

Listing all the product announcements individually from this week’s Consumer Electronics  Show (CES) in Las Vegas would swamp this one-man news show. Here are some highlights with links for more details:

° Belkin, a leading consumer electronics brand for 40 years, today introduced the first-ever accessory to work with DockKit – the Auto-Tracking Stand Pro. The all-new Stand Pro provides automatic, silent, motorized, seamless camerawork using iPhone’s built in camera, and DockKit’s automated subject tracking technology to follow subjects on camera as they move around their space with 360 degrees of pan and 90 degrees of tilt.

° Mophie has announced new Juice Pack battery cases designed for the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro, and the ‌iPhone 15 Pro‌ Max.

° Withings has announced the BeamO, a 4-in-1 home health checkup device.

° Targus has expanded its premium, sustainable EcoSmart tech accessories featuring up to 85% post-consumer recycled plastic, ultra-efficient Bluetooth, energy harvesting, and recycled packaging. Plus, it’s introduces enhancements to its MiraLogic Workspace Intelligence System.

° Hyper has a new line of USB-C, USB4, Qi2 wireless and Thunderbolt products.

° GE Lighting, a Savant company, has announced the Cync Reveal HD+ Full Color Undercabinet Fixtures and Pucks, the first and only full color and edge-lit smart undercabinet lights available in the North American market. 

° Chipolo has launched a series of “Perfectly Imperfect” CARD Spot wallet trackers.

° Scosche Industries unveils a groundbreaking lineup of Qi2-certified chargers, MagSafe-compatible mounts, and innovative charging solutions.

° Mophie has reintroduced its juice pack battery case for the iPhone 15 line-up.

° Catalyst has unveiled the innovative Catalyst Dog Collar for AirTag and the advanced Total Protection Cases for iPhone 15 Pros.

° GoalZero has debuted three new portable power stations. 

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.