Humax

People on the Move at N.E.W., Humax U.S.A.
March 17, 2008

N.E.W. Brings in Tovissi for D&I N.E.W. Customer Service Companies announced Friday that it has named David Tovissi to the position of director of delivery and installation services. At the company, Tovissi will supervise more than 650 installers. Formerly president of Criteria, a custom integration firm, Tovissi also spent time with Sound Advice and Tweeter Home Entertainment Group. “Dave’s experience and passion in the Delivery and Installation business will be a tremendous asset to NEW as we continue to strengthen each segment of our comprehensive service solution,” the company’s senior vice president of strategy and corporate development, Kevin Porter, said in the

40 Under 40
June 1, 2005

This month, Dealerscope features 40 of the brightest over-achievers in the consumer electronics business. They hail from a variety of market sectors--they're retailers, marketing managers, product developers and manufacturers--but each of these all-stars have one thing in common: They were selected from nominations supplied by their industry peers based on success achieved before the age of 40.

New Products
August 1, 2004

Sony Ericsson Z500. Due to market in late summer, the Z500 is a wireless phone that uses EDGE technology which enables high-speed data exchange for cell phones. It comes with a digital camera that captures still and video that can be applied to multimedia messages. It also features 3D gaming in two models: lagoon green and sky blue. Price not available at press time. Visit www.sonyericsson.com Harman Multimedia's JBL On Tour portable audio system. Slightly larger than an eyeglass case and roughly the size of two iPods, JBL On Tour is designed to work with most digital music players, CD players, or

New Players in Digital Displays
January 8, 2004

The advent of digital technology, coupled with the popularity of flat-panel displays, has got a lot of manufacturers thinking that there's a pretty big game board out there with room for more players. Major manufacturers like Sharp, Samsung, Panasonic, LG/Zenith and others have done brisk business in the flat-panel markets. Back in October we reported on the plans of Taiwan manufacturer BenQ to take a role in the business as well. It seems every time we turn around, there's someone waiting in line either to sell or, hopefully, buy an LCD or plasma monitor. The following is a roundup of the latest entries in