New VIZIO M-Series Delivers Faster, Smarter, All-LED HDTVs to Consumers Seeking Edge-to-Edge Perfection
Nationwide Rollout of M-Series Offers 32" to 80" Screen Size Classes Featuring All-New, Ultra-Modern Industrial Design with Near Borderless Frames
3D video-mapping facility displayed mood data as an infographic
luminaid choses Paradox Engineering to partner for FUTURE PROOF Smart lighting and smart city initiatives
The two Companies will present their partnership at LumiVille 2013, opening today in Lyon
The PreMate's preamp section includes four digital inputs
New organization will ensure smooth market migration to G.hn for home networks while continuing support for HomePNA
The CH-002B is a Stylish Way to Hold Blu-Ray and DVD Players, DVRs, HD Receivers, CD Players, VCRs, Gaming Systems, and Other Electronics
Covenant Communications relies on Technomad's all-inclusive, outdoor audio solution for batting cages; installation follows several previous sports audio upgrades
Developer James Rundquist has just unveiled Glass Nest, an app for Google Glass that controls your Nest home thermostat directly from your nerdy, nerdy face. Nest is a highly automated “smart” thermostat made by the same folks who created the iPod. And, in case you’ve been on a silent yoga retreat for the past year, Google Glass is the eponymous search company’s latest attempt to penetrate every aspect of your waking life. It’s a visor-shaped bit of hardware that places a small, clear screen at eyeball-level. You interact with it primarily via voice. Using the Nest app, you can tell your Glass unit to change the temperature to N degrees and tell Nest when you’re going away or coming home, all the better to put your home temperature control system into or out of away mode.
Amway Experience Center Adopts CAYIN'S Digital Signage Solutions to Fuel Business Growth in Thailand
Amway's new Experience Center in Thailand adopted CAYIN's digital signage solutions to train members and distributors on Amway products and to promote the Amway lifestyle and business opportunities.
New Features for Large Multiprocessor Systems, Diagnostics, and Improved Performance
Sony will begin selling smaller, less-expensive versions of its new XBR 4K Ultra HD TVs. The Japanese tech company was one of the first to roll out 4K Ultra HD sets late last year. That technology is supposed to offer quadruple the resolution of current HD TVs and an even more crystal-clear image than before. Sony's first foray with the new TV technology was an 84-inch set it began selling in November for $25,000. But starting Thursday evening the company's new 55-inch and 65-inch models will go on sale at Santa Monica's Video & Audio Center. The two models cost $4,999 and $6,999, respectively, and will be available at other retail stores this weekend. Although the 55-inch and 65-inch 4K Ultra HD TV models are much more expensive than regular HD TVs, Sony's model marks a significant price drop for the 4K Ultra HD technology. Sony's rivals, Samsung and LG, also sell sets, but theirs are only available in models larger than 80 inches with price tags of nearly $40,000 and $17,000, respectively. Sony officially unveiled the two sets this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but Thursday marks the U.S. launch of the two TVs. The company's U.S. launch of its latest tablet, the Xperia Tablet Z, also will take place Thursday.
INSTEON offers a reliable and affordable home automation solution
Gefen Announces new DisplayPort Booster to Lengthen the Distance DisplayPort can Travel over Standard Copper Cables
The DisplayPort Booster can operate in a range of 150 feet (45m)
Dutch audio innovator introduces the CR3 pro-ribbon cinema screen system
Leading integrators working in retail, QSR, transportation, public communications, and other verticals join NPD DisplaySearch to discuss end-market trends.
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C1M1 offers a truly significant reduction in transmission time in comparison to other communicators that rely on dial capture or data bus decoding. This can result in quicker response time to emergency situations which could save lives and assets. By providing both IP and cellular pathways, C1M1 provides the reliability installers are looking for in an alarm communicator. C1M1 eliminates port forwarding and extra fees for remote access. Installers can remotely upload/download programming changes to M1 controls over IP or cellular using ElkRP2. Consumers can control the M1 remotely via the free ElkLink mobile app and web portal, as well as eKeypad and M1 Touch Pro apps. Other IP-based software and interface partners can connect to the M1 control over the local network through C1M1. C1M1 also provides email/text notifications for arm, disarm, and alarm events. ELK-C1M14GSM supports GSM (AT&T/T-Mobile) networks and ELK-C1M1CDMA supports CDMA (Verizon) networks.