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CEDIA 2011: the Wrap-Up

CEDIA 2011 has come to a close, but not before showing off some more interesting electronics expected to come out late 2011/early 2012.  Some more items from top manufacturers are sure to be a hit around the holiday season. Pioneer showed off their music tap system, model XMSC4K, which is a shelf iPod dock system with wireless streaming. This will let consumers enjoy high resolution music wirelessly from any DLNA Certified® 1.5…

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CEDIA 2011: Epson’s Smaller, Powerful HD Projectors

Epson showed off their new line of 3D, HD projectors this year at CEDIA 2011,  Epson’s new PowerLite Pro Cinema 6010 or its refreshed Home Cinema models. Not only do they display 1080P images, some models also support 2D to 3D video conversion. The Pro Cinema 6010 and Home Cinema 5010 have a contrast ratio of up to 200,000:1 and deliver up to 2400 lumens of color.  The higher-end package including accessories…

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CEDIA 2011: Crestron In-Wall iPad2 Docking Station

Crestron introduces a stylish line of docking stations for both the original iPad and the new, thinner iPad 2. The new charging docks turn the iPad 2 into a table top or wall mount Crestron touch screen for complete control of the home, classroom or building. With IDOC-PAD and IDOC-PAD2, your iPad or iPad2 can be stationed and charged in either a sleek in-wall dock or in an elegantly shaped tabletop model.…

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CEDIA 2011: Sonance Landscape Speakers

For those who can’t be anywhere without their great tunes, Sonance has developed a line of speakers that look like lighting you would find in your landscaping. The speaker line has several models to choose from with the LS67SAT and LS47SAT speakers that share some of the same features. Both have 0.75″ tweeters and power handling up to 25 watts. The difference comes in the woofer size, the LS67 has a 6-inch…

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CEDIA 2011: The Launch Port System

“What if your iPad didn’t need wires?”  The intriguing opening line to iPort’s LaunchPort product that charges and keeps your iPad 2 fully functional at the same time, all without any wires.  The system consists of a Station and PowerShuttle. Any PowerShuttle can work with any Station, LaunchPort uses magnets and induction charging (charging through the air).…

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