You can really feel it. This year’s HKEF Spring Fair saw a definite resurgence in terms of numbers and quality of buyers. With more than 93,000 buyers in attendance, S.E. Asian and American were amongst the biggest growth in terms of regional visitors.
Accutone changed its booth layout design to reflect their expanding product range. On top of the previous call center headset and audio headphone ranges, gaming headset, bluetooth and Wi-Fi audio products all have their own sub-booth to showcase demo and detail product information.
For the business headset range, Accutone finally launched the 910 headset, previously known as the 710MK-II. It was the key highlight of the show, as most visitors were amazed at its comfort and attractive design.
Audio headphones have the most new products, suggesting the brand’s success in the consumer market. Flagship product in terms of supreme audio quality is the Separated by color design, the booth was partitioned into 5 sections. Pisces BA, a hybrid design using Knowles balanced-armature driver and a dynamic woover for bass.
Pavo is another dual-driver headphone launched during the show. Instead of BA speaker, it uses two dynamic drivers, and is an excellent balance between price and audio quality.
Humma Pro MK-II saw some redesigning, which made the InGameSync LED-indicator even brighter. Showcased as a perfect accessory for PS4 and PC, this gaming headset drew numerous buyer interests.
Perhaps most interesting of all, is an entirely new line-up of Wi-Fi Audio products. From the Alien-Red speaker to AirBulb, WiFi-Cube and Humma Wi-Fi, all products can be connected to the same audio source at the same time, making it a perfect sound system for AirPlay, DLNA or Google Cast.
There were more than a dozen new products launched by Accutone at the HKEF, so contact your account servicing support now to learn more.