Acoustic Energy Introduces British High End Sound

-- Honored High-End Loudspeaker Manufacturer Returns To The U.S. Market With Stunning Bluetooth Speaker Achievement -

Acoustic Energy Introduces New Flagship Home Theater Monitors

-- Impeccable Sonics, Elegant Aesthetics and Advanced Technology Mark The Debut Of New Radiance Series -

Ritek Goes Green with Solar Energy and LED Lighting Products

Myeco Brand Will Initially Offer LED Lighting, Small DIY Solar Systems, Solar Flashlight, Desktop Lighting, LED Light Bulbs and Small Device Solar Chargers

FOCUS ENHANCEMENTS NEW SUMMIT INTEGRATED CIRCUIT ACHIEVES HIGH RESOLUTION WIRELESS SURROUND SOUND

FOCUS ENHANCEMENTS NEW SUMMIT INTEGRATED CIRCUIT ACHIEVES HIGH RESOLUTION WIRELESS SURROUND SOUND

Crestron Joins EMerge Alliance™ Improving Commercial Interiors

Industry Leaders Develop Global Standard for Power Distribution and Device Control

HAI Releases 2009 Product Catalog

HAI, leading manufacturer of integrated automation and security products since 1985, has released its 2009 Product Catalog. It is available in four formats; print, CD, electronic PDF file, and an interactive flash version.

Vuzix Announces World's First Fashionable Sunglass -Style Video Eyewear with Revolutionary "See -Thru" Quantum Optics

Provides a 60-inch private video display complete with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality capabilities and built-in noise-isolating earphones all in less than 60 grams

Phoenix Gold Takes Part in NextGen Home Experience

Phoenix Gold is Providing Numerous In-Ceiling Speakers, Accessories, and Video Cables for the "First to the Future" National Showcase Home Featured During the 2009 CES in Las Vegas

AVAD Announces 2009 Vend -O -Palooza Tour Dates

Tour hits 20 locations throughout the U.S. and Canada; Offers Business Workshops, New Product Demos, Access to Manufacturers and Special Pricing for Local Dealers

Moondog Digital Readies Replacement for RipFactory's RipStation

Moondog Digital's CD and DVD Ripping Software, RoboStation, will be receiving an upgrade to match current RipStation functionality. The recent demise of RipFactory has led some RipStation customers to seek alternatives.

PROJECTIONDESIGN® TO AMAZE CES VISITORS WITH NEW AVIELO DLP® HOME CINEMA PROJECTORS

PROJECTIONDESIGN® TO AMAZE CES VISITORS WITH NEW AVIELO DLP® HOME CINEMA PROJECTORS

Rodin Names AVS Technologies Canada Distributor; AVS to Showcase Rodin Products During 2009 CES

AVS Technologies will Distribute the Phoenix Gold® and AudioSource® Brands in the Mobile Audio and Home Audio/Video Markets Throughout Canada

Stewart Filmscreen will not have a booth at CES 2009

Please be informed that Stewart Filmscreen will not have a booth at CES 2009 in Las Vegas, NV.

Nextar Harnesses the Sun at CES to Power Bluetooth Headset and Hands -Free Cell Phone Kits for Driving

Nextar is going solar with the introduction of two solar-powered, Bluetooth enabled hands-free cell phone car kits. Drivers can now be in compliance with the hands-free laws without having to wear an uncomfortable and complicated headset.

RIDATA Offers 233X or 300X Compact Flash Card Plus a SATA HDD Converter RAID 1

Introducing the Ridata 233x Lightning Series CompactFlash® cards plus a SATA Converter RAID 1. Compatible Ridata CF cards range in capacity from 512MB to 32GB. The adapter allows a CF card to function as a Solid State Drive (SSD).

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