Consumers Demand Tech Answers and Crave New Product Previews

Fortunately, the companies behind all of these technologies will be exhibiting in one place next month -CEDIA EXPO 2006 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

INDIANAPOLIS (August 10, 2006) - Consumers want to know the quality differences between Blu -Ray and HD -DVD software. They want to find out the range of ZigBee and Z -Wave Alliance wireless transmission protocols. And consumers want to know if 1080i or 1080p televisions are in their best interests for future quality.


Fortunately, the companies behind all of these technologies will be exhibiting in one place next month -CEDIA EXPO 2006 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Over 500 exhibitors will demonstrate new consumer electronics products and technologies for home theaters, whole -house entertainment systems, home networking, home automation, and more.

All of the major brand -name consumer electronics manufacturers will be on -site for the four -day trade show. Nearly 50 press conferences are scheduled and the greatest minds in home electronics systems will be ready to answer your questions.

Why should you attend CEDIA EXPO 2006?

1. Learn about new technologies and products before they are commercially available.
2. Interview executives and product managers from top -tier tech companies and electronics manufacturers.
3. Meet with high -end residential electronic systems contractors and develop credible new expert sources for trend articles and opinion pieces.
4. See more than 500 exhibits with innovations that could fill your tech -editorial calendar for all of 2007.

WHAT: CEDIA EXPO 2006
WHEN: Sept. 13 -17, 2006
WHERE: Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver, Colorado

Not familiar with CEDIA? CEDIA stands for the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association, a global trade association of 3,500 member companies that specialize in planning and installing electronic systems for the home. CEDIA is the largest organization of its kind and its members are established and insured businesses with bona fide qualifications and experience in this fast -growing field.

Visit http://www.cedia.org/expo for all of the details on CEDIA Expo 2006.

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