Award-Winning Distribution Company Adds Dynamic Wandering Alert Device
By downloading the application developed by HAI, users gain the ability to control their entire HAI home or business from an affordable Kindle Fire device.
Home Automation, Inc. (HAI), the leading manufacturer of integrated automation and security products since 1985, announced today that Snap-Link is now available in the Amazon Marketplace for download on a Kindle Fire.
Combining CoolSign(TM) Digital Signage, Furnace(TM) IP Video, and KulaByte(TM) Internet Streaming for Integrated Media Solutions on Campus and Across the World
CyberpowerPC today announced a $14.99 upgrade to Windows 8 with any PC purchase now through the end of January 2013.
"A Planar Future is just around the corner"
The HD42CATMX is a non-blocking matrix - view any Source on Any Display in 16 combinations. The HD42CATMX can additionally connect to a Local Display or AV Receiver over HDMI and Optical Digital Audio.
Kramer welcomes back accomplished employee
Solutions are available for every income level and lifestyle
Sharp's 2D/3D 1080p DLP Home Theater Projector Seamlessly Integrates with Control4 Home Automation Systems
Viggle Inc. to Be the New Name for Function(x) in Recognition of Growing Success of Its TV Loyalty Application
Viggle has enjoyed great success since its launch on iOS devices in January
New International and Domestic Entertainment Options Complement WD TV® Live™ and WD TV® Live Hub™'s 'Play Anything' Popularity
Corning to collaborate with Perceptive Pixel and Chilin Solutions
Owners Frustrated by Slow Response Times and Complex Procedures
CEA CEO Urges Lawmakers to Disregard Protections Sought From Legacy Industries
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The HCE II 4K HDMI over HDBaseT Tx/Rx Kit provides an accessible, easy-to-install solution for extending HDMI video and embedded audio over long distances using a single CATx cable. The HCE II supports full 3D content and extends uncompressed HDCP- protected HDMI content and embedded lossless audio formats with bi-directional control signals (IR) up to 230 feet (70m) at 1080p and up to 130 feet (40 meters) at 4K/Ultra-HD resolutions.