Introducing the All-New TecPodium Interactive with Multitouch Capabilities
Multi-taskers Can Alternate Desktop Keyboard Use With Tablets, Smartphones
Salt Labs, an innovator in high-end home theater products, recently announced the Halite Video Purifier, which will incorporate patented video enhancement technology to add incredible depth and realism to movies, TV, and video games, effectively taking the home entertainment experience beyond HD. Expect to see this easy to use, easy to install accessory later this summer.
New Philips monitors with multiple simultaneous inputs allow enterprise and home users to view more on one screen
Web Comfortâ„¢ System from Jackson Systems Expands Product Line to Include Occupancy Sensors, Lighting, Plug Loads, Fans and Metering
This plug-and-play system is easy-to-install and communicates wirelessly via a secure mesh network.
Now available in the US, Minx Air is the first wireless speaker to offer AirPlay, Bluetooth, and Internet Radio presets - Room filling, lifelike sound driven by BMR speakers and MaxxAudio® technology by Waves Audio, recipient of a Technical GRAMMY® award
Versatile and customizable solutions offer far more than traditional A/V furniture
From ultra slim soundbars, to a tower sound system, IT designs a Bluetooth® speaker option perfect for any environment and every lifestyle.
"Adapt.Convert.Transform." Educating customers through the transition from analog to digital connectivity.
Following the release of their popular 90 degree right angle USB 2.0 cable assemblies, L-com has created new 45 degree versions for instances where the tight 90 degree cables would not clear objects near the port, such as LEDs, buttons, or chassis ridges.
"Visual interface" is focus of new stream for the annual SID Market Focus Conference at Display Week 2013
VIZIO's Premium 42" 5.1 Home Theater Sound Bar Delivers Big Audio, Completing the Big Screen Experience
New Sound Bar Features Stunning Modern Design with Advanced Convenience Features like Bluetooth, Wireless Subwoofer and Display Remote
Microsoft revealed its newest video game console, the Xbox One, to an eager audience today. It’s continuing down the path it started with the Xbox 360, seeking nothing short of total domination where your entertainment options are concerned. All the Xbox Ones will come packaged with an upgraded version of Microsoft’s Kinect. The company promises better voice and physical feature recognition. To demonstrate, they switched seamlessly from playing games to watching TV with vocal commands. According to presenters, the need to search for a remote or even remember what channel your favorite programs come on will be a thing of the past. The new Xbox home page keeps a running tab of what you did last including your music, TV and gaming options. The social media influence is heavy this console generation. PlayStation 4′s controller even has a “share” button on it. Xbox One is following suit with a trending display that shows what content is popular among two categories: your friends and the rest of the world. “Snap mode” allows the numerous programs on your Xbox One to run in concert. As an example, the first J.J. Abrams “Star Trek” ran during the presentation. Then we saw Internet Explorer come up in a separate window and search for times when “Star Trek: Into Darkness” was showing. Speaking of movies, the Xbox One will contain a Blu-Ray drive. Yes, the software giant guessed horribly wrong with the HD-DVDs on Xbox 360. They’d appreciate it if we don’t rub that in too much. Full Article:
Year Marked by Convergence between Inventory Adjustment, Panel Value Upgrades
Records 7726 to 7740 of 28931
Automation & Control - Featured Product
Custom scenes (connecting up to 250 switches) in your living, family or great room, kitchen, study, master bedroom/bathroom, and office. Turn off all lights in your home at the touch of a button. Automatically (Timer Scheduler) turn on/off outdoor security lights, heating and AC, or provide night light convenience anywhere in your home. From creating a virtual 3 way switch anywhere in your home, to turning a group of lights when your garage door is opened, door bell or phone rings.