By Lisa Johnston
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New York — The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) reports that the annual CE Week Line Shows and Exhibits will be held here starting June 26, and will be supported by more than 120 participating companies.
CE Week Line Shows and Exhibits is scheduled for June 26-27 at the Metropolitan Pavilion and Altman Building. This is the main event of CE Week, the CE industry’s weeklong, citywide event that runs June 24-28, here.
Major participating brands at CE Week include AT&T, Dish, GM, Kenwood USA, LG USA, Monster, Pioneer, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba and Westinghouse plus more than 100 companies that are using the event to launch products.
Some of the exhibitors and their products include the following:
AUTOcyb seeks to protect the security, integrity and authenticity of a vehicle's network electronic data.
Beddit tracks sleep patterns, heartbeats and breathing, and the Beddit app turns this data into ideas on how to improve sleep and wellness.
Bell’O Digital’s Universal Soundbar Mounting System accommodates most soundbars up to 30 pounds and is designed to mount them onto most 37- to 90-inch TVs.
Brydge+ is a full-sized keyboard with built-in Bluetooth speakers for the iPad that allows for close to 180 degrees of iPad positioning.
Crimson AV has a solution for those on the go, the Pocket-eAzlis stable and slip-free stand for tablets and e-readers. It folds down to pocket-sized proportions.
Dish will show the Hopper with Sling, which allows customers to watch live and recorded television anywhere on Internet-connected devices, as well as move recorded television to an iPad for viewing without an Internet connection using the free Hopper Transfers app.
Etymotic Research will show the BEAN, a direct-to-consumer personal sound amplifier, available without a prescription, that allows for better hearing in difficult conditions.
HookLogic is a new bidding marketplace where brands can vie to win top-of-sort placement on retail sites.
IAV LightSpeaker is a patented combination speaker, LED Light for “Green” lighting, and amplifier that produce state of the art sound and light in one unit.
inNuevo’s Dockr is a flexible, 6-in-1 iPad docking station for the Apple iPad, combining ergonomics, electronics and utility into a unique and fun product.
Jabra’s Revo Wireless headphones seamlessly combine ultimate sound quality, durability and state-of-the-art design.
LandingZone for MacBook Pro Retina is a docking station with seven ports for HDMI, Mini DisplayPort for Thunderbolt devices, audio, USB, Ethernet and a Kensington lock slot.
Leon Speakers is showing the Leon Sound Sculpture, a hand-painted 8- by 4-foot wall hanging with a wooden “grill” that disguises 27 speakers and incorporates LED lighting.
LifeProof is showing Nüüd for iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S III features four-proof protection without a screen cover against water, dirt, snow, and shock.
LIFX is an energy efficient, multi-colored LED lightbulb that you control with your smartphone.
Macally’s iKeyLT wired keyboard for iPad with Lightning connector includes an iPad stand, has full-size keycaps and only draws minimal power when user is typing.
Max Virtual is showing Cynaps Mobile which it claimed is the world's first Bluetooth bone-conduction headset in a hat; no earphones are required.
Mobile Enhancement Specialist is showing the Bluetooth Passive Keyless Entry module unlocks your vehicle as you approach and locks when you walk away using just your cell phone.
Olloclip is showing Quick-Flip Case that turns the iPhone 5/4S/4 and fifth-generation iPod Touch into a mobile photo studio.
Ooma Office uses your high-speed Internet connection to deliver a high-quality yet affordable business phone system.
RHP Multimedia’s MirrorCase for iPad is billed as the only multifunctional iPad case and iOS app that allows you to take notes and record video at the same time.
Screen Innovations’ Black Diamond Zero Edge is said to be the world’s first and only multidirectional ambient light rejecting projection screen technology that has the look and feel of a flat-panel TV.
Soundcast Systems is showing the Melody wireless Bluetooth speaker system that is portable and designed for outdoor and indoor with its weather-resistant enclosure.
Spreengs are said to be the first-ever printed video greeting cards and feature a digital screen and set of speakers.
Stelle Audio’s Audio Clutch is an accessory that combines the aesthetic of a stylish handbag with a high-fidelity, portable wireless Bluetooth speaker.
Tiffen’s Steadicam Curve for GoPro Hero is a camera-stabilizing system engineered for the rigors of extreme sports and events.
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