Hi, I'm Natalie Morris with CNET and you're watching coverage of CES 2011.
I am wearing something called Sculpted Eers.
Now, this is not a product that you will actually buy and walk around with or else it would be kind of silly.
What this does is it makes custom earbuds for you to take home so you go to like a Best Buy or Radio Shack, you look for this system and a sales representative will sit you down, put these on your head,
and then these will sort of inflate to make custom-made earbuds that you can then take out of the store in 5 minutes.
They cost between about $149 to $299, $300 if you want a dual system or just a single system, but if you think about it, that's what you pay for high-end earbuds and those are not custom-made so if you want something that really fit into your ear and they're gonna stick in there, then this is the system you'll look for.
It will be out later this year.
Again, I'm Natalie Morris for CNET and this is your first look at a system called
Sculpted Eers at CES 2011.
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