CES 2013: The Scuderia Ferrari Collection Makes It’s Debut

Logic3 revealed their scuderia Ferrari Collection at the 2013 CES in Las Vegas this past week.

I attended the 2013 CES this past week and was able to talk to a spokesperson.

According to the spokesperson, the scuderia Ferrari Collection is inspired by the competition, speed, and technological innovation of the Ferrari F1 team.

Each product in the collection takes its design cues from the sleek racing lines and iconic chassis features that make Ferrari cars so instantly recognizable.

This collection carries the exclusive scuderia Ferrari badge. This badge is a symbol of performance, technology, and power.

The scuderia Ferrari Collection is a collection of nine products. The collection includes, noise isolating ear buds, on/over ear headphones, active noise cancelling headphones, and speaker docs.

Out of the whole collection, my favorite product has to be the P200 model headphone.

These headphones are cool to look at but they also have amazing sound quality.

The P200 model has robust machined crafted metal arms and carbon fiber textures to ensure durability and quality. It’s ultra-soft ear pads are made from enhanced breathable materials that ensure maximum comfort for the wearer.

The P200 model also includes a carry case trimmed in carbon fiber texture for additional protection and compact storage.

It even has anti-tangle and detachable in-line remote cables trimmed in woven fabric. This way you never have to worry about getting your chords tangled up.

This model also uses a 50mm Speaker Driver within an open back design and vented enclosure for Ultra-Bass.

The headphones have a 3-button remote control with microphone for Apple devices and a 1-button remote control with microphone for Android, Windows, Blackberry, and most other mobile phones.

The P200 is compatible with iPad, iPhone, iPod Android, Windows, Blackberry and other Smartphones. They even work with home audio equipment, computers and MP3 Players

If you wish to check out the collection in it’s entirety, you can see it here.