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Reviewed Returns to CES with Second Annual AccessABILITY Awards

The AccessABILITY Awards Honor the Top Products for Consumers with Disabilities

Reviewed, USA TODAY’s consumer product review brand, part of Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) will host its second annual AccessABILITY Awards, honoring the top products designed for consumers with disabilities. Reviewed will present the awards as part of the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show’s (CES) official programming on Wednesday, January 10 at 11 a.m. PT at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Reviewed Accessibility Editor Sarah Kovac, Reviewed Editor-in-Chief David Kender and representatives from select winning brands will take the stage to showcase the latest in accessible product innovation, new trends hitting the market and recognize those who are paving the way.

“As a member of this community, which is often overlooked, I can say on a personal level that the research and development that goes into creating these technologies is understated,” said Sarah Kovac, an award-winning author and speaker living with dexterity issues caused by arthrogryposis. “We are excited to continue this award series after recognizing excellence and innovation in the AccessABILITY category last year for the first time to shine a light on the most impactful products benefitting this underserved community.”

Reviewed Accessibility Senior Editor Christopher Groux who specializes in mobility devices said, “Many winners help mitigate the mobility and dexterity limitations of my cerebral palsy. I admire the number of manufacturers adapting to common challenges in mobility, as well as other disabilities, from hearing to vision and everything in between. Whether you’re someone who lives with a visible disability or not, there are innovative products designed to improve lives, and that's powerful.”

Reviewed’s team is unique for the number of products tested each year, providing significant knowledge and expertise in the marketplace. The AccessABILITY Award recipients demonstrate exceptional capabilities in enhancing the lives of disabled and aging communities.

“As we focus on the second annual AccessABILITY Awards, our goal is to celebrate the transformative power of products that not only embrace accessibility but redefine how we perceive and prioritize it,” said David Kender. “For all of us at Reviewed, inclusivity is at the heart of innovation.”

2024 AccessABILITY Award winning brands include:

  • LG Universal UP Kit - Attachments that make home appliances easier to see and use
  • eSight Go - Camera and lens eyewear that helps overcome vision loss
  • Garmin Venu 3 - Smartwatch with advanced tracking and fitness routines for wheelchair users
  • GygroGlove - Wearable glove that reduces the effect of hand tremors
  • Naqi Neural Earbuds - Helps users control power chairs, drones and computers with their eyes
  • Wheely-X - Wheelchair treadmill that fuses fitness and gaming
  • Proclaim Custom-Jet Oral Health System - Flosses your entire mouth in seconds with a handheld device
  • Whispp - Assistive voice technology gives a clear voice to those with speech issues
  • ClearSense Audio - Hearing assistant that quiets noise in loud environments
  • XanderGlass - Wearable eyeglasses that creates live captions of conversations

Reviewed’s Accessibility section represents Gannett’s continued commitment to inclusion, diversity and equity efforts. To learn more about Reviewed’s Accessibility coverage, visit


Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) is a subscription-led and digitally-focused media and marketing solutions company committed to empowering communities to thrive. With an unmatched reach at the national and local level, Gannett touches the lives of millions with our Pulitzer Prize-winning content, consumer experiences and benefits, and advertiser products and services. Our current portfolio of media assets includes USA TODAY, local media organizations in 43 states in the U.S., and Newsquest, a wholly owned subsidiary operating in the United Kingdom with more than 150 local news media brands. Gannett also owns digital marketing services companies branded LocaliQ, and runs one of the largest media-owned events business in the U.S., USA TODAY NETWORK Ventures. To connect with us, visit


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Since 1997, Reviewed has been committed to applying a scientific, lab-based approach to its product testing and review processes. With an expansive testing facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and over 100 writers, scientists, product experts, editors and contributors, the Reviewed team performs hands-on testing on thousands of products each year to provide readers with the most trusted, informed recommendations.


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