Atlona Technologies adopts a new face for the web

Atlona Technologies, a leading manufacturer of HDMI and HDTV accessories, has a new website

Atlona Technologies has made major changes to their website.

Atlona Technologies embraces the web 2.0 experience with their new entirely overhauled web site. Atlona has been a leading manufacturer of Audio Video products, including HDTV and HDMI accessories for over three years. The new site will feature an enhanced intuitive navigation system; to better help users find products and information. The site will also help users find their nearest dealer to purchase products from.

The new sleek design is part of an overall face lift the company is going through this summer, which also includes major changes on marketing material, and packaging. Their new 1.3b certified HDMI cable now comes in a blister package that is designed for retail markets. The company's catalog, like the website, will undergo significant layout changes that will make it more accessible to consumers with any level of AV experience. Atlona's new look will debut just in time for some major collaborations, including the new Architectural Design Show Room in San Francisco by Charles Salter and Associates, which will feature Atlona products.

Watch for more exciting updates from Atlona Technologies on our website; www.Atlona.com

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