Featuring the WS80i High Performance Digital to Analog Three-Zone Sound System - See Blue Aura Speakers at the CEA Line Show - Table 57
New adjustable ActionMounts provide sit-stand options to health-minded consumers
With the existing VP-472 Kramer offers a family of solutions for all serial digital scaling needs
Company Prepares for Continued Growth by Adding Experienced Chief Administrator to Senior Leadership Team
CAYIN Technology will reveal its next-generation digital signage players and servers, along with selected creative applications at booth G0614, COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2012.
Russound's New SLK - Single Line In-wall Keypad Ships, Single-Gang Decora® Styling Makes It A Discre
Russound, the leader in multiroom audio and video systems introduces its new SLK, Single Line Keypad
Single-Gang Decora® Styling Makes It A Discrete Keypad Solution
Here are some trends you should keep your eyes on as we all fly/drive out to Hades – er, make that Las Vegas – for our annual festival of “techniness.” The #1 item on my list: Substituting large LCD monitors (and TVs) for projector installations. I’m talking about what we fondly call “hang and bangs.” Fact is, ceiling-mounted projectors in conference and meeting rooms that use screens with widths in the 70- to 90-inch range are ceding ground to these new behemoth LCD displays. In my travels around the country, I’m hearing more and more from dealers and integrators who are installing 70- and 80-inch LCD monitors (and TVs!) manufactured by, well, you know who they are. And said LCD manufacturer is now offering an extended, multi-year warranty on these products, including the TVs. The latter products are popular because of their low price and the fact that they have a built-in four-port HDMI switcher. Full Article:
As the restaurant industry accelerates the adoption of interior digital menu boards to showcase their offerings, more operators are also installing exterior digital signage to pull in new and existing customers. John Kunze, director of Sign Division Sales at Watchfire, said the typical return on investment for one of his company's signs is anywhere from six to 18 months, depending on what features an operator requests. Still, costs remain the main reason more operators haven't updated or added exterior signage. "This is an investment of $20,000 to $50,000, so that's a new shake machine or fryer for some operators," Kunze said. "But the costs are coming down and more restaurants are starting to realize there is a pretty quick ROI."
The Low-Profile FP-MFTB Holds 27- to 42-Inch Flat Panels up to 100 lbs. and Includes an Integrated "Kickstand" for Installation and Post-Installation Cable Management Accesss
Digital place-based network operators will have the opportunity to showcase best practices of brand leaders by industry
The AM500 supports displays 65" to 103" and above and up to 500 pounds (226.8 kg).
CRESTRON TO SHOWCASE EXTENDED DIGITALMEDIA RANGE AND UNVIEL NEW TOUCH SCREEN AT INFOCOMM 2012
FCC ruling supports clinical innovation by establishing vendor-neutral, dedicated wireless spectrum for Medical Body Area Networks (MBANs)
Applications include digital signage, presentations, video and/or audio conferencing, simultaneous interpretation, and voting/audience response
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection