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Residential Systems and Digital Home

The “Easy Chair” Mount

28 January 2007 | Administrator | Residential Systems and Digital Home
The “Easy Chair” MountOK, so you are not going to see this at ISE.  We still couldn’t help but show this photo! Straight from USA, where else?, the Easy Chair Mount ($285) attaches to the side of a couch or chair and can hold most LCD monitors up to 13 kilos. The Continue reading...

iPod Pro

20 January 2007 | Bob Snyder | Residential Systems and Digital Home
iPod ProThe iPod has become the most ubiquitous consumer product, ever.   No one now disputes that.  But, will it make an appearance in the professional AV market in 2007?  Yep.  With the next generation iPod, you’ll see the networkable Continue reading...

Belkin Launches Four-Channel iPod Mixer at CES

20 January 2007 | Administrator | Residential Systems and Digital Home
Belkin Launches Four-Channel iPod Mixer at CESBelkin launched TuneStudio, a four-channel audio mixer designed to work with 5th generation iPods, at this year’s CES. The device allows users to create digital recordings with up to four different inputs directly onto an iPod. It’s designed Continue reading...

Lagotek First to Show SideShow Gadgets for Home Automation

20 January 2007 | Administrator | Residential Systems and Digital Home
Lagotek First to Show SideShow Gadgets for Home AutomationSideShow is a new feature of Windows Vista where small bits of data on your PC can be displayed on and controlled through auxiliary displays like remote controls and digital picture frames. To use SideShow, users need not boot up the PC. You no longer Continue reading...

Philips Bows Wireless HDMI System

20 January 2007 | Administrator | Residential Systems and Digital Home
Philips Bows Wireless HDMI SystemPhilips announces “the world’s first wireless HDMI system,” a two-piece transmitter and receiver capable of transmitting 1,080p signals without loss. The system, model SWW1800, operates in the ultrawideband range, eliminating interference Continue reading...

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