This year's distributor listing
Apple offers numerous ways to shoot video from your iPhone or iPod touch directly to your TV or monitor…provided you have the right models. If not, the Aire Monitor with Docking Station from AOC may be what you need.
The promise of "connected electronics" - gizmos capable of communicating and sharing content with kindred products and sites - has been well-fulfilled in recent years with hot-selling smart phones, computers, game systems and Internet-enabled TVs. But at last week's International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, it seemed almost EVERYTHING new and cool had an element of connectivity attached, in some cases adding fresh style, excitement and even sex appeal to products we've long taken for granted, from the boring cable box to kitchen and laundry appliances.
AOC's Robert Velez tells Maureen Jenson about AOC's new 120hz LCD TV, which features USB 2.0 and memory stick recognition for time-shifting.
CEA Line Shows are coming to New York's 7 West 34th St. in June, and a long list of major consumer electronics companies will be participating as exhibitors.
A pair of flat-panel computer monitors that are Windows Vista Premium-certified, under the AOC brand name, have been introduced by California-based Envision Peripherals, the company announced this week. The monitors, which come in 19- and 22-inch models, use a widescreen display and are available to both home and office users. Both offer HP 720P/1080i capability for viewing of HDTV. The 19-inch monitor, called the AOC 912Vwa-1, retails at $189, and boasts 1440x900 screen resolution. The 22-inch model, called AOC 212Va-1, goes for $299, with a resolution of 1680x1050.
Philips Portable DVD Player (PET320). Available now for $129 SRP. It may look like a portable CD player but this unit is also a portable DVD player with a 3.5-inch LCD screen built-in. All the controls are on the top of the unit, under the screen. Call (808) 744-5477 or visit www.philips.com. Definitive Technology's ProCinema 800 system. The satellites for this new system have built-in pressure-coupled planar medite passive radiators. Definitive claims these extend the low frequency response as well as deliver improved linearity, better transient response and lower distortion. Other advancements include BDSS, a patent-pending driver technology that couples a balanced