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The Engadget Interview: Parrot CEO Henri Seydoux

The Engadget Interview Parrot CEO Henri Seydoux

This man sure knows how to entertain photogs, but he’s much more than just a charming French poser. Meet Henri Seydoux, the founder, chairman and CEO of today’s multi-talented Parrot. While promoting the recently launched Zikmu Solo wireless speaker in Hong Kong, Seydoux sat down with us to share the amusing story behind himself and his company. Check out the video after the break to hear how Seydoux’s encounter with Roland Moreno, the inventor of the smart card, made him drop journalism in favor of software engineering, as well as his detailed explanation on why many Bluetooth audio products suck, and how Bluetooth will continue to rule the world “like Beyoncé.” Enjoy!

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The Engadget Interview: Parrot CEO Henri Seydoux originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 29 Oct 2012 09:20:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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