Pioneers Russ Johnston unveils new Project KURO deep-black plasma TVs, due to ship this summer and fall.
Mitsubishis Frank DeMartin presents one of the nine new 1080p DLP HDTVs his compay is introducing this year.
Mitsubishis new top-of-the-line 833 Diamond Series 1080p DLPs feature a more compact cabinet design.
Westinghouses Rey Roque (left) and Sherry Chapman (right) reveal the 52-inch 1080p LCD TV.
Pioneer will ship in May its latest Blu-ray Disc player, model BDP-94HD ($1,000).
Panasonics first U.S.-aimed in-dash navigation device is the Strada CN-NVD905U with 30GB hard drive, Sirius Traffic compatibility and iPod video capability.
View Base is a new mounting solution for devices such as portable GPS units, MP3 players and cellphones that consumers may want to mount on the dashboard without adhesives and without drilling.
Periphal is shipping the PESWICAN steering-wheel control adapter.
Pioneers Elite VSX-94TXH A/V, at a suggested $1,600, features HDMI 1.3a inputs, internal decoding of all high-definition disc surround formats, Faroudja 1080p up-scaling and HDMI CEC technology
Boston Innovative Products believes its $299-suggested iPod-docking boomboxes are the first with LCD screen to view iPods videos and pictures.
Canon added a pair of PowerShots to its digital camera lineup. The new models are the S5 IS (pictured) and SD850 IS Elph. Te S5 IS ships in July at $499.
Shutterfly-produced photo books will be available through Targets photo center Web site.
Navizons navigation software for BlackBerrys does not require GPS. Navizon software may be purchased at www.navizon.com for a flat fee of $24.99 to non-GPS users, who also receive a free 15-day trial.
Speck has introduced its first hard-shell cases for the MacBook Pro for fit 13-, 15- and 17-inch notebooks. Each has a $49.95 SRP.
Aristons first-ever ventilation hood, with new 36-inch gas cooktop. Ariston bowed its first ventilation hood ($2,000), along with 36-inch gas, electric and induction cooktops ($1,100, $1,000 and $2,400). All ship in Q4.