2015 - Day 1

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164 | 2015 INTERNATIONAL CES DAILY | JANUARY 6-9, 2015 NEW & NOTEWORTHY NEW PRODUCTS DEBUTING AT 2015 INTERNATIONAL CES CESWEB.ORG #CES2015 New Energy-Saving Power Monitor At Vision-Elec Line BOOTH 21000 Vision-Elec. Technology is unveiling its ZL-7261-Power Monitor. This unit is designed to not only switch appliances remote- ly, but also can detect power consumption and report real-time energy usage to help people become more aware of their energy usage pattern through App or Web interface anytime. The status of power consump- tion can be easily recognized through LED light. The ZL-7261-Power Monitor controls/monitors home appliances re- motely using Z-Wave wireless communication protocol. It can control the appliances to turn on and off. Also, it can detect power consumption and report real-time energy usage to users, which helps people become more aware of their energy usage pattern, said the company. Pricing and availability will be announced at the show. Kicker Tabor Headphone Breaks Free of Cables BOOTH 1520 Kicker Performance Audio's new Tabor Bluetooth Wireless Headphone frees the company's signature bass performance from the con- straints of cables. The headphones are designed to offer the perfect blend of performance, comfort and convenience, thanks to their lightweight chassis, cushy over-ear pads and robust 50mm dynamic drivers designed to deliver the most from movies, music, games and even voice calls. With its built-in microphone, intuitive controls and Bluetooth capabilities — featuring support for A2DP, AVRCP and HFP — the Tabor quickly and easily pairs with an iOS or Android device, deliver- ing hands-free, wires-free audio playback and voice calling. The Tabor also supports AptX lossless for the purest in better-than-CD-quality au- dio playback, said Kicker. In addition to its multifunction play/ pause/power/pairing button, the Tabor also has dedicated buttons for volume up, volume down, previous track/rewind, and next track/fast forward. Its MicroUSB port makes charging a snap, and its 3.7-volt/600 mAh lithium-ion delivers 10 hours of listening and talk time on a 2.5-hour charge. Now available, the Kicker Tabor is priced at $179. rm an ce A fr ees the co m st raints o f Th e he of per fo li gh tw e 50 mm fr om m Wi t and B A2 DP easi ly ing ha n ca ll vo ne x ma ke s mAh li th iu t lk Swann Flies Into Home Automation BOOTH 14823 DIY security supplier Swann Communications has expanded into DIY home automation with the launch of SwannOne, a security-focused home-automation system controlled from apps. The system uses wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, Zigbee and Z-Wave to monitor and control home systems The SwannOne system is built around a hub that connects wirelessly to multiple products, including the SoundView Camera with Wi-Fi. It features encrypted HD video streaming, motion detection, night vision, and optional cloud- storage service plans to store audio and video for the past seven or 30 days. With a service plan offering audio analytics, the camera's built-in microphone detects and identif es sounds such as breaking glass, car alarms, a baby's cry or gun shots, and also notif es users. Via the hub and their smartphone or tablet, users monitor and control the camera as well as Kwikset door locks, smart plugs to turn lights and appliances on and off, a smart climate control, and smoke, f re and carbon monoxide detectors. The system also features external and internal alarms. Plans are also available for professional security monitoring. The systems are targeted to appeal to households, renters, families, small businesses and owners of multiple properties.

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