Cue Acoustics Makes Product Debut
New CE manufacturer makes its big splash with another iPod/radio combo.
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According to Cue’s website, future products include tabletop, multimedia and other A/V systems.
January 04, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

There’s a new CE manufacturer on the block—and they are planning to stay a while. Cue Acoustics is making its big debut at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas.

The company’s first product will be the Cue Radio, a tabletop unit that combines AM/FM radio with an iPod dock. Aside from a new entity, the product announcement isn’t exactly industry shattering. However, other products are expected to come later in 2008.

There aren’t any other details yet, but we’d like to give them another chance; if you’re out at CES, swing by and let us know what you think.

Cindy Davis, editor-in-chief of Electronic House, got to swing by and check out Cue. Check out her thoughts…

“I heard this product this evening in a large room with a lot of noise and I could still tell how great it sounded. The details that went into the industrial design of this product is what will make this stand out from the other table tops in the category. The tactile feel and response of the channel button is great. The overall look of the unit is very sleek. This product is going to be a winner.”

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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