Parrot’s AR.Drone 2.0 may have been one of the more joy-inducing wares we’ve seen here at CES, but that was yesterday. Today, we dare to say that that one of two audio devices just unveiled (and designed by Philippe Starck, we might add) has our jaw dropping, and our ears tingling — the absolutely gorgeous Zik Bluetooth touch-activated headset, pictured above. The Zik’s loaded with goodies — Bluetooth connectivity, active-noise cancellation, NFC and touch controls on either earcup, not to mention its jawbone and “presence” sensors among a few other notable tidbits like its DSP-enabling app that adds a “concert-type” vibe to its sound. As far as that second device goes, Parrot’s introducing a singular stereo version of its Zimku wireless tower speakers, aptly named Zikmu solo. Head past the break to find our brief impressions and a video overview of a pre-production Zik, and hit up the galleries below for some closeup shots of it and the Zikmu solo.