Almo Professional A/V on Monday announced some additions to the first event on its upcoming E4 AV Tour, scheduled to take place in Dallas March 11.
While the 2014 CES had everything from 3D printing to dancing drones, it was wearable technology and mobile health that brought practical innovation. There were devices that could monitor sleep patterns, and even stylish bracelets to track sun exposure.
Barrett's, the Chicago area custom technology company, will host an unveiling of its new design center next Wednesday.
Epson on Friday announced the arrival of its new VS Series of projectors, described by the company as "a family of bright, affordable projectors for small- to medium-sized businesses."
Starpower said this week that it will host its annual expo this weekend, from Nov. 22 through 24th.
A team of industry veterans is rolling out a new way that CE brands can bring products to market. Debuting during the 2014 International CES is Prelaunch.com, a website that will connect early adopters with brands at the earliest stages of product availability – something its developers say will benefit the vendor, the early-adopting consumer and eventually, the performance of the product when it reaches the retail point of sale.
Almo Professional AV will wrap up the 2013 edition of its E4 AV Tour Nov. 13 at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Northern New Jersey, outside New York.
Almo Professional A/V last week announced that it has reached a distribution deal with Epson, covering the entire line of Epson's commercial projection models.
The event at CEDIA Expo hosted by Women in CE last week broke all levels of attendance and sponsorship support, the organizers announced Thursday.
At CEDIA Expo, Epson debuted the expanded line-up of 2D and 3D Full HD 108- p home theater projections with new features and capabilities, such as larger home theater installations.