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January 8th, 2007

IOGEAR Launches Audio / Video Products to Enhance...

Abstract:
IOGEAR today introduced audio/video peripherals that help consumers construct digital home environments at the 2007 International CES (South Hall 3 booth #31755) and Macworld Conference & Expo (booth #S319), including: * Black-Label HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) Audio / Video Cable: transfers completely digital, high-definition video, and high-resolution multi-channel audio through a single cable.
Through its use,consumers can decrease the complexity of wiring by up to 11 audio and video cords, as well as enjoy uncompressed picture and sound in its natural format
* High Definition Automatic HDMI Switch: connects up to four digital video and audio sources to one high definition display, eliminating the hassle of connecting and disconnecting HDMI cables between devices * 2- and 4-Port DVI Splitters: distribute and boost the video input from a single source to multiple outlets up to 215 feet away
* Nanotechnology-coated peripherals: keyboards and mice with an outer layer consisting of built in antimicrobial properties

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