ThinkFlood has introduced its new RedEye Universal Remote Control peripheral for the iPhone and iPod touch. The RedEye is a small IR transmitter box featuring Wi-Fi and a built-in dock for charging an iPhone, iPhone 3G, or iPod touch. Users download the RedEye software application -currently in public beta -to their device and connect to the RedEye transmitter box via Wi-Fi. The application then allows the user to control nearly any IR-sensing home entertainment equipment directly from the application. Each person in your house can use their own iPhone or iPod touch as a controller and you can add a transmitter to any room you that has a device you want to control. Currently available from their website for $119.
Atlona Technologies Teams with D -Tools to Provide Detailed Product Specifications to Users of System Integrator™ Software
Gefen's New Matrix Switcher for HDMI Offers Cross Point Integration of High Definition Sources and Displays
Nvidia's tiny 1080p capable ION platform made its big debut in dozens of products at this years Computex2009. Showing just what this small, low powered platform is capable of ECS, a Taiwainese computer manufacturer, crammed an Intel Atom 230 system using Nvidia's Ion for graphics, a 2.5-inch HDD of unspecified capacity, a Blu-ray drive, 1GB of RAM and HDMI out inside a small chinsese vase. The ports are all located on bottom and the drive pops out from the middle of the vase. No idea yet if this is just a concept or actual product.
HomeToys.com debuts a new Home Tech Distributor Directory just in time for its June 1st eMagazine Issue.
Atlona Technologies soon to release new HDSDI signal generator for professional broadcast, the AT -HDSDI500
Integrated Environments™ Creates House of Tomorrow Mobile Demo with ELAN Group's Power of Three (P3) Systems
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