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REVIEWED NAMES WINNERS OF ACCESSABILITY AWARDS FOR CES 2024

Updated: Mar 26

10 cutting-edge adaptive and accessible products that level the playing field


Written by


Sarah Kovac, disabled editor covering adaptive products.


Christopher Groux, senior editor and accessibility aficionado with cerebral palsy.


Updated December 18, 2023


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Today, we at Reviewed are pleased to announce the winners of the second annual AccessABILITY Awards, honoring products featured at the upcoming CES 2024 trade show that put accessibility at the forefront of product design.


The awards are a recognition of the important work being done to aid the millions of people with disabilities, as well as a reiteration of Reviewed's commitment to accessibility coverage. These awards will be shared at a live stage event in January at CES 2024 in Las Vegas.


Reviewed’s first debuted the AccessABILITY Awards at CES 2023. This year, we honor more products than ever, all of which have the potential to unlock new skills and abilities for those living with a wide variety of conditions.



Naqi Logix Neural Earbuds

Though this product might look like an old-school Bluetooth headset, these earbuds come directly from the future. With embedded sensors, Naqi Neural Earbuds can detect brain waves and muscle impulses and convert them into signals capable of controlling a huge variety of devices. Wheelchairs, drones, computers, and much more can all be accessed—no touch or voice required.


A Closer Look at CES 2024:

The CES 2024 Accessibility Awards celebrate products that are pushing the boundaries of innovation and making a positive impact on people's lives. Naqi Logix Neural Earbuds stood out among the competition, showcasing the true potential of assistive technology to enhance accessibility and inclusion.


... be sure to read the full article at USA Today Reviewed

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