CES is going hot and heavy in Las Vegas this week. SOOOOO many events and so many brands and products to see. You could easily have accumulated close to a 10 K walk after you got done with CES 2019!!
What is CES (for those who haven’t been there and don’t know)
CES is the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers.
The final list of the CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honorees has been revealed. And “Competition has been especially tough this year”, says one jury member. Here are ten surprising facts that can be deduced from the public data released by CES this year – via Pixminds:
 With 17 awards, Samsung is the CES 2019 World Champion. The silver medal goes to MSI (12 awards). Finally, the third place goes to Pixminds (France) with 6 innovation awards.
 As opposed to last year, the CES jury decided to give each product no more than one innovation Award.
 270 honorees out of 300 were awarded one Innovation Award only. Some point out that they are one-shot startup stories that will not make it to the next CES edition, but their award can also highlight their star product promoting a wider range.
 Companies had to apply for one of the 29 product categories, some tougher than others: the “Computer Peripherals” category awarded 18 products, while only nine made it to the “Computer Accessories” honorees.
 Industry leaders got stronger than ever this year, each of them releasing up to 17 award-winning products (see the industry leaderboard at the end of this note).
 The industry leaderboard surprisingly misses big, ageless manufacturers (HP) as well as all of the software giants attempting to jump into the hardware field such as Google and Amazon.
 Instead, the industry leaderboard is ruled by the usual South Korean and American giants such as Samsung (1st) and Motorola (5th), but Germany stays strong with their champion Bosch (4th).
 France jumped in the leaderboard above Germany and US with Pixminds (3rd).
 Even though their electronics industries are amongst the strongest in the world, China, Japan and Israel did not make it to the leaderboard.
 While every other company in the leaderboard has 10,000+ employees, surprisingly Pixminds only has 50. This is one more signal to the industry that innovation tends to come from small companies more than ever.
 Over 6,000 companies applied – less than 300 made it to the honoree bracket.
Pixminds is a very unique brand and outshines (and outranked) some of the big players and countries in the awards!
Pixminds is French group working in multimedia, specialized in human-machine interactions, and all their business applications.
At Pixminds, we stand for innovation as we believe it is the seed of progress.
–The projects we develop are tightly linked to augmented reality and gaming.
–Because we come from gaming, we are convinced that comfort of use is essential for those who use daily digital tools such as computer peripherals, or gaming accessories.
–We work hard on improving the interface between the man and the machine.
–Through this point of view, innovation takes place both in the product (hardware and/or software) and in users’ behavior.
Once one gets there, they need to step back from the hardware and understand what people truly need to make their day-to-day life a little more comfortable.
- R-Cade is the fusion of retro-gaming spirit and new generation technologies in gaming. Our French-made Arcade machines enhance the History of gaming.
- Steelplay creates smart gaming accessories for console and PC gamers.
- Lexip is about to become one of the most innovative brands on the PC gaming market.
A new mouse geared towards gaming
See some of the new innovations of this new mouse below:
From Pixmind’s Site:
Pixmind’s history starts in 1994, with a digital material shop in the French Alps, founded by Lionel Chataignier. He quickly understood how important customer service is, and he developed his business around this axis. He customized computers according to his clients’ needs, and offered computer science lessons for those who needed help to use their devices. Based on this strength, the local shop quickly grew into several stores.
In 2012, a holding was created, in order to host all the brands and activities as well as a company dedicated to innovation. Thanks to this new company, we were able to create highly innovative products, such as the Lexip gaming mouse, the interactive Kube, or a digital pincab.
Throughout the years, Pixminds has developed several brands of its own.
Thank you to Dana Bruneau and Jessa Moore for the insights about this highly innovative brand that has all of CES buzzing!
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