LG’s Art Slim CURVED OLED 4K TV was declared the winner of the the
11th Annual Value Electronics TV Shootout this week. The event, for
the first time, was held as part of CE Week in New York.
Almo Professional AV will host a “bonus” event on its E4 AV Tour on July 10 in Baltimore.
Audio and television are the founding fathers of Consumer
Electronics, and they first found their home in NYC, in the era of
hi-fi and pioneering live broadcasts. Despite all the new
categories that are proliferating in CE these days, the audio/video
sensory duo are back at CE Week, the industry's mid-year meeting,
June 23-25 in NYC, making eye (and ear) grabbing announcements and
offering next-generation demonstrations.
Value Electronics' annual Flat Panel TV Shootout is going to have a new location this year: New York City.
Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America announced that it has named Fred Ehmke its new director of sales. Ehmke will report to Peter Weedfald, the recently appointed senior vice president of sales.
Panasonic earlier this week unveiled the HX-A1, described as a wearable, compact POV action camcorder. The product is both light-weight and rugged, and can shoot in total darkness.
Panasonic has announced that it will "provide royalty-free access" to its software and patents related to the Internet of Things.
Since the start of the ISE even in Amsterdam, Crestron has made a variety of announcements.
Coming into this year’s International CES, it would have been hard to imagine a broader selection of audio products in every form, to fit every taste, than was displayed in the Venetian’s demo suites and on the floor of the newly labeled Tech East (Central and South Halls). Multi-room systems of every stripe, both small-footprint speakers and those that would need the help of wall stretchers to fit into the average home, high-end components, and all manner of headphones with clever, differentiating twists – these were everywhere in Las Vegas last month.