DAISy at the CES 2009

From the 8th to the 11th January 2009, DAISy will attend the next CES 2009 in Las Vegas in order to continue the successful growth of the GyrFalcon generation of products.

If you plan to attend this show, we shall be glad to meet any existing or potential customers in order to talk about your business situation with our current products and your future projects.


Launched at the CES 2008, GyrFalcon has been an innovative concept including top -of -of -the -art products with innovative design. Many prestigious manufacturers have already made the decision to use these revolutionary GyrFalcon products for their players. Indeed, our range of products offers the possibility to choose between different applications (CD, SACD, Video), various loading systems (Metal Loader, Slot -in mechanism, ...), and different options for your user interface with a large range of displays including the most innovative technologies (VFD, VFD Graphic, TFT LCD). Our technical knowledge as well as our long experience in this industry means that we can easily fulfill the expectations of high -end manufacturers.

DAISy, which has always been at the leading of new technologies for the past 15 years, will take advantage of the CES 2009 at Las Vegas to make an official announcement about the coming products of the GyrFalcon generation. If you want to be among the first companies to be informed about our new products, do not hesitate to get an appointment with us for the CES 2009.


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