Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO (September 26 - 28, 2013)
Industry-first charging station simultaneously charges up to four devices
CEDIA Booth 1500----- CEDIA Media Day Preview: Table 6
Advanced A/V devices leverage integrator-friendly features such as HDBaseT™ 5Play™ and an open control protocol for integration into any control environment
Media Server Manufacturer Debuts Three Systems That Can Be Modularly Combined for Multiroom Audio & Video, Easy Storage Expandability, and Fast Multi-disc Archiving
Leaf partners with worldwide leader in system design and documentation software to deliver detailed product information to D-Tools System Integrator™ users
Heather Way, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates, is moderating the session "Smart TV Rising" at Advertising Week on Wednesday, September 25, 2:30-3:15 P.M. in NY Times Center Hall.
When CNET last wrote about DoorBot, Bot Home Automation was pitching its Wi-Fi-enabled doorbell/security camera combo device on crowd-funding site Christie Street. Having achieved its $250,000 goal, DoorBot is now almost ready to ship to its initial round of backers. The company was on-hand at the PepCom event in New York City with a DoorBot demo (hence our video above). Since we first heard about the product, a few things have changed in regard to its specs and pricing. Its core function, letting you see who's at your door through a mobile app, remains intact. Some of its biggest updates come by way of the hardware in the final production units, compared with what BOT showed during fundraising. A more efficient design gives it 33 percent size reduction overall, according to BOT and an accompanying diagram. You can also hardwire the DoorBot directly to your doorbell wiring now, and BOT has replaced the standard battery compartment with a USB rechargeable internal battery. The company says it has also added a security screw to the design, which should allay fears that the device might be tempting to steal, and a level on the mounting hardware, to simplify installation.
Popular audiophile website is giving away one voucher per day to one person for credit towards an entire high-resolution album download at 2L.no's website.
Display Development, originator of the Residential Architectural Video System category, will introduce two new 4K projection systems during the 2013 CEDIA Expo in Denver, Colorado. The Reference ONE 4K and Digital Film 10 demonstrated in partnership with Stewart Filmscreen.
Advances in Laser Projection Theme of September 22 presentation
Cost-Effective Video Wall Solutions to Meet Every Room Size, Budget and Need
"Visual interface" is focus of new stream for the annual SID Market Focus Conference at Display Week 2013
Honeywell has been playing catch-up in the smart thermostat game of late. Their $249 Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat is extremely capable, but came on the heels of the $249 Nest Learning Thermostat; a slightly panicked response to a surprise competitor. But today’s announcement from Honeywell serves as a reminder that an industry rival can be a good thing -- it tends to speed up innovation and it makes us consumers feel like we’re being courted. Not too shabby. I’m talking about the newly announced $349 Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat with Voice Control. And if you think it looks a lot like the $249 Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat I recently reviewed, you would be right. It is essentially the same: you will still be able to control your heating and cooling remotely using Honeywell's Total Connect Comfort app for Android and iOS, you can still change the background color to suit your mood or wall color, and it will still learn your habits over time. But the $349 model comes with a pretty major update: cloud-based voice-recognition tech. To activate voice control on this thermostat, you simply say, "Hello, thermostat." You can be anywhere in your house -- provided it's no more than 25 feet away -- and the far-field voice-control tech takes care of the rest. It claims to cancel out any background noise so it's ready to listen intently for your commands. Honeywell also says that this model will add more commands to enhance your level of interactivity over time -- I'm pretty excited to test that functionality.
Wi-Fi Connected Discovery™ iQ Wall Oven Allows for Elevated Levels of Cooking Control and Communication
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