Michelle Meyers, global head of marketing for Minelab, will be a featured panelist at the CES [email protected] FamilyTechSummit in Las Vegas on Thursday, Jan. 10, from 10:10 a.m. to 10:40 p.m. at the Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4302. The panel, entitled “VOICE AND AI: ARE THEY KIDS’ NEW BFFs?,” will explore the role of technology in play and education, now and in the future. Minelab will also be a CES exhibitor and can be found at Booth 44269.
Minelab’s participation at CES coincides with the company’s official release of GO-FIND 11, the world’s lightest high-performance metal detector designed with detectorists of all ages, kids and young adults in mind. Weighing only 2.2-pounds, the ultra-lightweight handheld detector boasts state-of-the-art Minelab technology advanced enough for the serious gold prospector and treasure hunter with an easy-to-use design that appeals to detectorists of all skill levels, kids and beginners alike. GO-FIND 11 is competitively priced at only $99 USD.