Essex by Middle Atlantic, a new line of affordable, quality infrastructure products for the residential market, was introduced today and will make its debut at CEDIA 2014.
Electronics retailer Best Buy is entering the crowded home automation market through a deal with startup Smart Home Ventures, which designed its offering around ease of use. Called Peq (pronounced “peak”), the service costs $9.99 a month for an unlimited number of gadgets connected to a wireless hub, which are sold in kits ranging in cost from about $120 to $490. Best Buy will start selling the products at 250 stores at the end of the month. Peq will also be available online and through a telecom company that is yet to be announced, according to a company representative. As with most smart home offerings, the makers of Peq assume the primary draw for consumers is home security. Over time, the company expects consumers to add other connected devices, such as lamp modules and thermostats. The monthly service charge covers the ability to watch live video on a smartphone and record twenty video clips and 40 images a day. It also sends text or email alerts in response to certain occurrences, such as when a door or window sensor is tripped at an unexpected time.
CASE AV is proud to announce our strategic partnership with Frank White, this year's recipient of the CEDIA Lifetime Achievement Award.
All the colors of the spectrum and variable intensity add to lightscaping flexibility and beauty.
STVIEW HD allows users to view and capture live video and still images, as well as download existing files directly to the iPad.
New Canadian reps extend Torus Power's reach and add value to dealer partners
More than 200 exhibitors and brands to demonstrate the latest and greatest security technology
Eureka Park Marketplace returns to feature more than 300 entrepreneurs, mid-stage startups and university innovations
Executive Elite, FLX UC 500, and New Elite Wired Microphones on Display
Available in 1.3, 2.1 and a black 1.2 gain version, the company's proprietary technology prevents color shifting and sparkling in a manner that has already been declared best-in-class by reference calibrator W. Jeff Meier in his June 2014 AccuCal Projection Screen Material Report
Tributaries will showcase its Series 2 and 4 interconnect cables, which utilize technology derived from the Clarus Series, in booth 1148 at the 2014 CEDIA Expo.
Award Celebrates the Products That Made the Biggest Difference in Distributors' and Retailers' Businesses
Winning submissions will be announced during Design Awards Ceremony taking place next month during CEDIA EXPO in Denver, Colo.
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