On Tuesday, a French consumer electronics manufacturer PKparis unveiled four new accessories designed for contemporary mobile computing needs. The company's latest offerings include the K'asq Sport wireless Bluetooth headphones, the K'1C portable USB Type-C flash drive, the K'Save versatile smartphone survival kit, and the K'ablekey mobile flash drive. All four products will be showcased at CES 2017 that's starting in Las Vegas on Thursday, January 5th. While the firm has yet to reveal specific release windows for these products, PKparis' representatives confirmed that the K'asq Sport, K'1C, K'Save, and K'ablekey are all scheduled to be released worldwide by mid-2017.
The K'asq Sport is the company's latest addition to its popular wireless earbuds lineup. This audio accessory offers a level of sound quality that's identical to that of its predecessor but also features a design that's both waterproof and relatively resilient to falls. The K'asq Sport boasts up to five hours of battery life and ships with three sizes of wings designed to prevent accidental falls that come in two colors: Smooth Black and Soft White. This pair of wireless earbuds will be available for purchase directly from PKparis by the end of the month, priced at $99.99.
The K'1C is a revised version of the K'1 USB 3.0 flash drive. While being just as portable as the last year's model, the K'1C is now equipped with a USB Type-C port and will ship in several variants, with the largest one offering 128GB of storage space. This flash drive is slated for release in June, but PKparis has yet to reveal its pricing details. As for the K'ablekey, it's a flash drive designed as a mobile solution for backing up photos, videos, and other files from one's phone. The product is hitting the market by the end of the month and will be available in variants boasting up to 64GB of storage. Unfortunately, the initial version of this device is only designed to work with iOS devices. Finally, the K'Save phone survival kit is PKparis' attempt to combine may of its offerings into a single product. This device serves as a portable flash drive, phone charger, and an emergency 300mAh battery for any Android smartphone or a laptop. The smallest, 16GB model will retail for $89.99 and is scheduled to launch in May. All of the company's latest offerings can be seen in the gallery below.