4-in1 Memory Card Reader and USB Port for iPad
Digital connectivity solutions provider Gefen unveils three new control systems at CES, satisfying the need for anywhere/anytime control of audio/video systems without sacrificing system performance.
Using SMS you can be notified of an "out of temperature" situation anywhere in the world as it happens or even be warned before a situation is critical.
Vutec Corporation announced today the launch of the new Reverse Roll front deploy projection screen and will be on display at CES & ISE 2012.
Online video conferencing and streaming content to your big screen TV has never been easier. New Warpia products to be showcased at CES 2012, Las Vegas Convention Center, south hall 4 booth # 35880
More than 815 Western U.S. Companies at World's Largest Technology Trade Show
Panamax/Furman today announced that MyBlueBOLT.com has received an update to enhance the user's experience with an improved certification process and training resources.
FreeCaster Brings European Commission Conference to Global Community With Haivision's KulaByte(TM) Internet Encoders
Europe's Premier Forum on International Affairs and Development Cooperation Delivered to a Global Audience -- 36 Simultaneous Internet Video Streams Using KulaByte Encoders
VidaBox Servers Adds Metadata Support for Third -Party Players from HDI Dune, Popcorn Hour, TViX, XBMC, & More
Integrators Can Combine VidaBox Servers with Easy, Simple Disc Archiving and Inexpensive, Third-party Players as a Multizone AV Streaming Solution
New ARCHOS products to be showcased at CES 2012, Las Vegas Convention Center, south hall 4 booth # 36079
With Open2America PR programs, CES exhibitors can maximize their trade show investment
Off The Grid Web Demonstration Creates Excitement
Data transfer is faster or more efficient with IOGEAR SuperSpeed USB 3.0 products enhancing connectivity.
International market research firm brings Connected Home Pavilion to TIA Exhibit floor June 5-7, 2012; Dallas, Texas
Consumers are returning lots of electronics products, and it's costing the U.S. consumer electronics industry a bundle, says a study by Accenture. According to the management consulting firm, product returns cost U.S. consumer electronics retailers and manufacturers nearly $17 billion this year, an increase of 21% since 2007. Included in the $17 billion are costs associated with "receiving, assessing, repairing, reboxing, restocking and reselling returned products," Accenture reports. Product return rates over the past three to five years have increased for 57% of the retailers and 43% of the manufacturers surveyed by Accenture. If there's any positive news for the industry, it's that just 5% of returns are related to actual product defects, Accenture says. Indeed, 27% of returns reflect "buyer's remorse" and 68% of returns are characterized as "No Trouble Found." Accenture calculates that just a 1% reduction in the number of "No Trouble Found" cases could save a typical large manufacturer about $21 million in return and repair costs or $16 million for an average consumer electronics retailer.
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