D&H Showcases Emerging Tech

D&H hosted about 140 vendors and roughly 500 hundred IT resellers and CE dealers at its Summer Mid-Atlantic Technology Show in Hershey, Pa. Highlights included HP showing off its new webOS 3.0 TouchPad tablet and the New Technology Pavilion, which included Andrea Electronics, Body Guardz, Goal Zero, Innergie, Plus, SRS Labs, Isabella Productions, Jitterbug and Joy Factory. Here’s a look around the conference floor at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center.

Pat Cosson demos Veebeam ($99), which streams anything, including high-definition video, from a PC to a TV or digital display from distances of 15 to 30 feet.

Dominic Wong shows off AverMedia’s Homefree AVplus ($169, mid-july release), which streams content from iPads to TVs.

Mike Russell presents Haier’s new line of docking stations: the View ($129.99), the Flow and the Flex (both $79.99).

Jodi Scherer attracts a crowd around Acer’s A500 15GB ($449) and 32GB ($499) tablets. A 4G version is due in July, she said.

Brian Boyle gives a demonstration of HP’s new TouchPad.

Panasonic’s Jeff Deckman with the new Lumix G3 ($699, end of July) micro four thirds camera.

Sapna Nichani displays Hitachi’s G-Technology G-CONNECT ($199, next month) wireless hard drive, which connects with up to five users.

Goal 0’s Clint Eastman wears the backpack-size Sherpa 50 Adventure Kit (MSRP $449.99), one of the company’s portable solar power generators.

Tim Straight holds the new generation of Looxcie’s personal video camera. An app turns a smartphone into the cameras view finder.

Miranda Su with one of the Joy Factories iPad carbon fiber mounts.

Roland Nutter and Doug Andrea of Andrea Electronics roll out the company’s line of headphones with noise-canceling microphones.

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