Jooki - Best in Family Tech at CES 2017


CES is the largest consumer electronic show in the United States. It’s the sort of place where you see the direction the industry is taking (sometimes by force), and where new technology develops. There are booths with dozens upon dozens of workers showing off all sorts of innovations, and there are booths with only two people trying to break into a highly competitive industry.

Best of CES 2017 Awards - GAMbIT Magazine

This list showcases the things that caught GAMbIT's eye at CES 2017 while we wandered the ever expansive floor(s). From apps to androids, from VR to self driving cars, these are all the 'Gambit Award Winners' for their respective categories and are all bits of tech that you are going to want to keep an eye on for in 2017 and beyond.


Jooki is a music player with a simple, intuitive user interface for all ages that works much in the same way as the amiibo. Jooki is a standalone jukebox that plays from on-board storage and also a wireless speaker that streams from the phone or the cloud.

About Jooki

About MuuseLabs

MuuseLabs, the Belgian startup behind Jooki, has been founded in October 2014 by three geek dads, formerly with Google, Huawei and Barco. After a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2016, MuuseLabs has been awarded Best in Family Tech at CES 2017. Funded by ST’ART invest, CoFoundry, Brustart, the company is also advised by Alan Munn – former SVP, Hasbro and former CEO, Tomy Europe & Michel Tombroff – former CEO of SoftKinetic.
With their mix of technology and design skills and their love for music and kids, the 3 co-founders of MuuseLabs aim to radically improve the music experience of kids in the 21st century.