Ericsson Enters Domestic Market with Connected Home Gateway

  • Posted on: 14 February 2009
  • By: chw staff

Ericsson announced the release of its Connected Home Gateway software.  The new system will be demonstrated at this year Mobile World Congress in Spain.  The new connected home gateway multimedia software will provide a single entry point for telephone, IPTV and other multimedia systems.

Ericsson said the Connected Home Gateway is compliant with major telecom and consumer electronic standard such as IMS, Open IPTV Forum and the Digital Network Alliance.

The Eye Spy Camera

  • Posted on: 13 February 2009
  • By: chw staff

Are you afraid of leaving your home unwatched? If your answer is yes, then we are about to put your mind at rest. If your answer was no, we are going to tell you any way – about the new eye camera security system.

The device is manufactured by Eye Spy Security (www.eye-spy-security.co.uk). The system allows you to watch your home from any where in the world.

MB850 UPS: Panamax Lightweight Battery Back-Up For Home Theater Systems

  • Posted on: 27 January 2009
  • By: chw staff

Panamax announced a new compact and lightweight UPS battery back-up.  The system measures 10.25 inches length by 8.875 inches height by 4.375 inches width and weighs only 16 pounds.   A level down from the Panamax MB1000; the MB850 is an ideal power back-up solution for home theater applications with remotely located A/V equipment or space and weight constraints.

Emotiv New Headset

  • Posted on: 26 January 2009
  • By: chw staff

I ways thought that no one or anything can read your mind, but developers at emotivtm (www.emotiv.com) has claimed that they can. They have developed a device called emotiv, they said the device can read certain thought patterns and carry out the action requested.

MB1000 UPS: Panamax New Home Theater Power Management Solution

  • Posted on: 22 January 2009
  • By: chw staff

Panamax announced the first product in its new line of UPS battery back-ups: the MB1000.  For home theater systems, the MB1000 prevents critical equipment from losing its setup configuration and stored data, while avoiding hard-disk crashes in the event of a sustained power event, such as a power outage.  In addition, the UPS safeguards projection bulbs by allowing them to cool down properly before shutting off, saving money on replacement costs.

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