Vivick Tech's Innovative Accessories on Display at 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

Industrial Design Company Will Exhibit Diverse Product Line

Jan 08, 2013, 08:30 ET from Vivick

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Vivick Tech, a company specializing in the production and distribution of stylish and highly-functional personal electronic accessories for cell phones, laptops and more, is set to show off their newest line of products at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), opening today in Las Vegas. 

"The International Consumer Electronics Show offers Vivick the chance to demonstrate our emphasis on innovative design and quality, so naturally we have carefully selected products to exhibit as we meet the world's most knowledgeable and demanding audience," says Andy Hu, vice president.  "As a company with first-rate R&D, design expertise and a strong presence in Asian markets, we are confident exhibiting our dynamic products at CES."

Currently the company's US presence is limited to online sales from their own Website, and some wholesale operations, but with a US base in California, they are actively working towards a more prominent position in this market. In the meantime, at 2013 CES, the company will offer several new products, in a variety of categories.

A popular manufacturer of personal electronics accessories and specialty devices, Vivick designs, produces and markets a broad collection of appealing, attractive, creative and affordably-priced accessories for a full range of consumer electronics.  The company plans to feature several new products, including a Wireless LED Desk Lamp with Speakers, sleek and lightweight Bluetooth headphones, and the mobile Vivick Adaptor B-G007A, which can be used to charge notebooks, pads and smartphones.

Vivick provides electronic accessory designs for many of the world's leading brands within the technology and electronics industry, including Apple®, Samsung, Dell, Sony, and more. While Apple may not have a formal presence at CES, Vivick's product line of functional electronic accessories features several original pieces designed to enhance a broad collection of Apple products. In fact, Vivick created an entire line of Apple-compatible cases that combine superior protection with a stylish, appealing design, and have proven among their most popular.

The company also manufactures laptop tools and enhancements, portable rechargers, headphones, Bluetooth devices and more, with a product range spanning three different CES categories from Computer Accessories to Connected Home and Wireless Accessories.

Also featured among this year's new product offerings, Vivick has designed a variety of smart phone stands for automobiles, providing attractive and practical solutions for hands-free calls while driving. All of them are easy to use, and functionality varies, with some of the stands doubling as chargers, and others even suitable for tablets.

Vivick's wide array of headphones runs the gamut from sports buds to noise-cancelling products. The constants throughout the line are form and function.

While headquartered in Beijing, the company has roots in North America dating back to Emily Carr University in Vancouver, BC, Canada in 1985. The company earned early fame as a fledgling design firm having created the logo for the Canadian National Forest Service.  Now operating out of Toronto, Vivick maintains a major presence as one of Canada's top professional industrial design brands. They have constantly been at the forefront of new product releases for cell phones, tablets, smart TV and other devices powered by advanced technologies, with superb innovative ideas in seamless wireless connections of USB, RFID, Bluetooth and more.

"Cutting edge and innovative" is the slogan of the Vivick design team, says Hu.  In an ever-changing industry, the company has kept its focus on creating the newest and most exciting products.

About Vivick
Vivick is a global designer of accessories for a broad range of personal electronics products.  Founded in 1985 at Emily Carr University in Vancouver, BC, Canada, the company currently maintains its international headquarters in Beijing, China with a US home in City of Industry, CA.   For additional information, visit Website -