CEA recently commissioned and released a study from the Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems, Energy Consumption of Consumer Electronics in U.S. Homes in 2013.
Good Picture Quality at the Right Price Is Top Consideration When Purchasing a High-Definition Television
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Home automation and connected objects seem to be the rage these days. We’ve seen efforts from companies like Philips, GE, and Nest, and now it looks like a device called Clime hopes to preside over that. As you can see in the image above, the device is tiny and looks a bit like a piece of candy. However what’s under the hood is an array of environmental sensors that will be able to measure things such as humidity, temperature, light, and even movement. The company claims that the device will have a battery life of 1.5 years, meaning that you will be able to deploy them in and out of your house without worrying about it running out of juice in the near future. While the company has been a little vague about the potential use of Clime, its website hints at home automation. Like we said due to the device’s range of sensors, you will be able to place it all over your house, so for example you could leave it outside and when its temperature sensor detects a rise in temperature, it will adjust your home’s thermostat to make it colder. Also with a light sensor, we can only imagine that when Clime detects that it is dark outside, it will turn on the lights in your house. This might come in handy during thunderstorms where it can get dark outside, or it can adjust itself to summer where it gets darker later, or winter where it gets darker earlier.
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pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas Lee as the new President of the Association.
Intamac set for growth as connected devices are expected to double by 2020
Their highest performing 2 channel CD player to date
Stream music to any speaker effortlessly from any iOS device with free ROCKI app
D-Tools System Integratorâ„˘ users maintain free access to Paradigm product detail for up-to-date specification in A/V projects
DynaScan has unveiled the second generation its 47 and 55-inch narrow bezel high brightness LCD featuring a brighter image, thinner profile, and support for a wide range of video input resolutions.
CEDIA 2014 - Severtson Features New TAT-4K Titanium Acoustically-Transparent Projection Screen at 2014 CEDIA EXPO
Now Shipping, the Made in the USA TAT-4K Offers the Same Innovative Technology as Severtson's Acclaimed SAT-4K Screens, but Now for Home Theater and Commercial Settings with Incoming Ambient Light; Meets and Exceeds All Industry Standards for Optimum Acoustic Performance
A convenient dual-filtration design and a powerful new engine make the Element 2300 ideal for large homes and light commercial applications.
Leading Tech Publications say Linksys WRT Router is the Most Powerful, has Highest Throughput and is the Best Router in its Class
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