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2014 International CES Exhibitor Profiles: Samsung Electronics America, Inc. to 3D Vision Technologies Limited

The 2014 International CES, the world’s largest consumer technology event, takes place January 7-10, 2014, at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), the LVH, and The Venetian.

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Listed below are CES 2014 exhibitor profiles (Samsung Electronics America, Inc. to 3D Vision Technologies Limited).

Company: Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
Booth: 12004
Headquartered in Ridgefield Park, NJ, Samsung Electronics America, Inc. (SEA), is a recognized innovation leader in consumer electronics design and technology. A wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., SEA delivers a broad range of digital consumer electronics, IT and home appliance products. Samsung is the market leader for HDTVs in the U.S. and America’s fastest growing home appliance brand. To discover more of the award-winning products you love with Samsung, please visit
Company: Sangean America Inc.
Booth: 15413

Sangean is celebrating its 40th anniversary at CES 2104. Sangean is a leader in designing, engineering, and manufacturing the highest quality radios in the world, Sangeans' product line includes: world band, atomic/digital clock, portable/personal pocket radio, highly advanced HiFi, HD, WiFi Internet, Clock Radio with iPod/iPhone cradle, Table-Top All in one Radio with iPod/iPhone Docking Station, Industrial/Utility and Correctional Radios.

Company: SANUS
Booth: 12532
SANUS®, a division of Milestone AV Technologies, designs and builds fine AV mounts, furniture, stands and accessories. Every SANUS product is engineered to enhance AV systems and the surrounding décor. Today Sanus offers more than 300 home theater units, TV and audio stands, mounts, speaker supports, AV equipment racks and accessories. SANUS products are available at thousands of retail locations worldwide and can be seen at the company's website:
Company: Sanzone Information Technology Co., Ltd
Booth: 72452 in Hall D
Shenzhen Sanzone Information Technology Co., Ltd. was founded in 2012, and it has been the subsidiary of WINGO Group. Depends on its years of experiences in foreign trade and marketing in exhibitions, combined with the advantage of powerful network development technology, we make out the integration of bran-new “Direct3C mobile catalog” marketing strategy aim at 3C fields Chinese enterprises , such as computers, consumer electronics and communications fields.
Company: SeeSpace
Booth: Eureka Park 75007
SeeSpace was founded in 2013 by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and Hollywood entertainment experts to reinvent the way we watch TV.
At present, the second screen experience (i.e. looking at a tablet while watching TV) isn't very satisfying. It divides the viewer’s attention, and requires the user to keep looking up or down. In fact, independent research shows that up to 25 percent of the viewer’s attention is lost when consumers engage with a second screen during programming. This isn't good for consumers, the cable network or the advertiser. SeeSpace is disrupting this broken model. The company is launching its flagship product at CES 2014, delivering the only TV viewing experience of its kind.

Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc.

Booth: LVH – MP40016
Professional football player, Reed Doughty will share his experience with hearing loss and Siemens hearing products at the CES 2014 Unveiled press event January 5. Siemens offers digital hearing solutions for every lifestyle—including the Aquaris waterproof hearing aids that Reed wears. Reed also uses Siemens miniTek® remote and streamer that sends signals from audio devices to hearing aids via Bluetooth® and other wireless technologies.
A companion miniTek Remote App lets hearing aid wearers use their smartphone to control their hearing aids. The combined miniTek and miniTek Remote App is a CES 2014 Innovations Award Honoree in the Accessible Technology category.
Company: Silicon Image, Inc.
Booth: South Hall 2 MP25975
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: SIMG (NASDAQ)
Silicon Image is a leading provider of connectivity solutions that enable the reliable distribution and presentation of high-definition content for mobile, consumer electronics, and PC markets. The company delivers its technology via semiconductor and intellectual property products that are compliant with global industry standards and feature market leading Silicon Image innovations such as InstaPort™ and InstaPrevue™. Silicon Image has driven the creation of the highly successful HDMI® and DVI™ industry standards, the latest standard for mobile devices - MHL®, and the leading 60GHz wireless HD video standard - WirelessHD®.
Company: SKECH
Booth: 4216
SKECH, located in sunny San Diego, CA, designs and manufactures high quality, protective gadget accessories. From colorful iPhone cases to wireless Bluetooth headsets, SKECH covers it all. All of our products are designed with the end-user in mind by focusing on the protection and quality of the products to the choice of colors and features. By following the trends, SKECH is able to keep up with the market’s ever changing demands and constantly is working on new ideas to innovate the accessory field. That’s the SKECH way.
Company: Stellé Audio Couture
Booth: 3818
Stellé Audio Couture is a design focused technology company that develops premium Bluetooth® portable products. Founded in 2012 in Newport Beach, Calif., by award winning audio industry veterans – and husband and wife team – Anna Perelman and Wayne Ludlum, Stellé Audio Couture is dedicated to creating premium audio products without compromising style or function. With a development philosophy unique to the industry, Stellé Audio Couture is committed to creating cutting-edge products that fuse technology with high-design.
Booth: 35831
SuperTooth, headquartered in France, is a world leading manufacturer of Bluetooth speakerphones and portable accessories, with a presence in more than 50 countries. In 2004, SuperTooth created the concept of a Bluetooth speakerphone that could be clipped to a car’s sun visor providing hands-free phone call capability. Today the Bluetooth expert is continuing to pioneer audio accessories that are powerful, reliable and affordable, also integrating new NFC technology. SuperTooth owns its own factory, managing and operating the entire production and supply chain – from initial designs and concepts, to the manufacturing and packaging. For more information, visit, and @SuperTooth_Kits.
Company: SVS
Booth: Venetian 30-230
SVS is a global leader in high performance home audio products; designing, manufacturing and selling subwoofers and speakers through its Internet direct business. Founded in 1998 by a group of audio enthusiasts seeking to develop an alternative to just good enough audio manufacturers, SVS was forged out of a passion for the science of sound married to a disruptive, forward-facing go-to-market strategy. Today, SVS takes a radical approach to how audio products are developed. Built on collective decades of experience, SVS is redefining performance and value for people who love music and sound.
Company: Synaptics
Booth: MP25340
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: SYNA
Synaptics is the leading provider of human interface solutions, enhancing the user experience across the entry-level mobile phone, flagship smartphones, tablets and notebook PCs markets. Synaptics delivers the broadest solutions portfolio in the industry, including the industry leading ClearPad(r) family of touchscreen solutions, the TouchPad(tm) family which includes ClickPad(tm) and ForcePad(r), which are integrated into the majority of today's notebook PCs, ThinTouch(r) thin and light keyboard solutions, as well as the Validity family of biometric fingerprint authentication solutions.
Company: The Joy Factory
Booth: 5006
The Joy Factory offers innovatively designed digital device accessories. The company’s product suite of iPad®, iPhone® smartphone and tablet patented and patent-pending specialty accessories include versatile cases/stands, mounting systems and charging solutions to allow consumers to stay active and engaged with their smart devices in their daily lives.
Company: TMS (Tribune Media Services)
Booth: MP 25483
TMS is an international leader in entertainment information. As part of its On® Entertainment product line the company provides industry leading TV, movie and celebrity metadata that fuels the most exciting entertainment guides and applications on the planet. TMS data reaches millions of consumers in 40 countries through clients including Microsoft, Yahoo!, TiVo, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS TV, IMDb, Virgin Media UK, Com Hem, DIRECTV Latin America, SKY Brasil and Cablevision Mexico. In addition, this comprehensive metadata is used extensively for media measurement and analysis. For more information about TMS visit
Company: Torus Power
Booth: Venetian 34-210
Torus Toroidal Isolation Power Conditioners are the world’s finest clean power source for audio, video, and control systems. Built to an uncompromising standard of quality, performance and reliability, Torus Power Conditioners are engineered to perform and protect like no other. Torus Power products are the consistent choice of knowledgeable audiophiles, home theater enthusiasts, custom electronic system integrators and designers, whose discriminating tastes and technical requirements mandate the highest performance and protection levels achievable.
Company: TREWGrip, LLC
Booth: 73412
Press Kit:
TREWGrip, a spinoff of Outlier Technologies, delivers a universal data-entry experience for working on a desktop computer, walking around with a mini tablet or smartphone, and controlling a Smart TV. The rear-type keyboard features a full-size QWERTY key layout that is split and rotated so that the hands gripping TREWGrip can also touch-type regardless of the technology being used. TREWGrip's unique curved shape provides ergonomic benefits while allowing users to reach the inner rows of typing keys without having to adjust their grip, while making it easier to type while sitting, standing or walking. TREWGrip connects wirelessly to virtually any Bluetooth-enabled device.
Company: Velodyne
Booth: 30-131 & 71119
Press Kit:
Founded in 1983 and based in California’s Silicon Valley, Velodyne, Inc. is a diversified technology company known worldwide for its high-performance audio equipment and high-definition LiDAR sensors for autonomous vehicle applications. The company is widely recognized as the leading manufacturer of high-performance, low distortion powered subwoofers and an expanding line of technically innovative in-ear and over-ear audio products with interchangeable custom-designed skins that enable audiophiles to personalize the look of their headphones. Velodyne products are available online and from a select group of authorized dealers, custom installers and distributors worldwide.
Company: Versal
Booth: Venetian 70308
Versal is a new way for anyone to easily create amazingly interactive online courses and publish them to the world– no coding required. Versal’s platform is open to anyone with knowledge and the desire to share it.
CES Innovations Honoree: Technology for a Better World, and Software & Mobile Apps.
Company: WatzOn.TV
Booth: 73604
WatzOn.TV is a free 2000 channel 24 hour TV network that searches for video content daily across multiple sources such as Vimeo, Youtube and Dailymotion and turns them into non-stop channels. Viewers can create their own channels, mix channels like an iPod mixes music, and pause video across devices so you can pick up where you left off as you change locations. WatzOn.TV runs on PC, Mac, Android phones and tablets, Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and TV Sets with the Pluggy Smart TV adapter.
Company: Wellograph, Inc.
Booth: 26912
Wellograph, Inc. is the creator of the Wellograph wellness watch. A sleek timepiece, Wellograph is the world's first built-in continuous heart rate, wellness tracker and a running watch in one device. Wellograph encourages its wearer to live an active healthy life by providing live, insightful information about the wearer's activity through beautiful graphic-centric information on the always-on display, hence the name Wellograph. The discrete stainless steel timepiece is designed to be worn comfortably all day in any formal or casual settings.
Company: WigWag, LLC.
Booth: 74307
WigWag is an Austin based startup that creates building blocks to allow anyone to quickly create custom, automated, intelligent environments anywhere with connected sensors and devices, with zero programming. The platform is open, supporting many protocols, allowing WigWag to work with hundreds of different devices and services - from connected light bulbs to SMS. Setup is as easy as using the WigWag app on smartphones and tablets to create rules, “When [this] happens, then do [that].” The WigWag Sensor Block can monitor changes in vibration, motion, temperature, humidity, sound, ambient light levels, and it deploys with zero-config effort. WigWag is more than just home/office automation, it’s life automation.
Company: Wistron NeWeb Corporation
Booth: 20800
Wistron NeWeb Corporation (WNC) will present devices at the 2014 International CES focusing on the concept of “Smart Connectivity Solutions” for connecting with mobility and connecting at fixed locations. Product offerings will cover all of our new designs and the latest system-integration capabilities, ranging from connecting mobile devices and infrastructure to home automation and digital content delivery.
Established in 1996, we are a leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced wireless communication products. Our R&D and high-volume production capabilities combined with our fundamental strength in antennas and RF help us consistently introduce innovative technologies into a range of products.
Booth: 26500
Withings designs & industrializes smart connected devices for better lifestyles. They released the world's first WiFi Body Scale in 2009, Smart Blood Pressure Monitor and Smart Baby Monitor in 2011, Smart Kid Scale in 2012 and Withings Pulse in 2013. Visit us at CES 2014 to discover a new pioneering device!
Company: XOEye Technologies
Booth: Venetian, 74511
XOEye is pioneering a renaissance in the way manufacturing, industrial and widely distributed organizations operate with industrial-grade HD recording and streaming eyewear for frontline employees. Its XOne eyewear is robust and hardened for the rigors of everyday industrial use, featuring a 5MP CMOS for HD video recording, live streaming and still photos along with high-fidelity audio capture. Now, business processes like training, remote support, sales, service and auditing can be supported remotely while improving productivity and service quality. XOEye’s XOS firmware operating system and cloud-based Vision application suite are accessible through its Open API and Developer Portal, offering entrepreneurs and developers access to a world of real-time, enterprise HD video recording and streaming possibilities.
Company: YEI Technology
Booth: 25633 LVCC South Hall 2
YEI Technology unveils an out-of-the-box, consumer-ready PrioVR: a virtual reality gaming system. Providing full-body motion tracking, PrioVR delivers 1:1 movement and interaction in games. Easy for the average consumer to use and enjoy without technical expertise and compatible with other gaming peripherals and systems, PrioVR allows for an immersive experience by enabling gamers to interact naturally for the first time with virtual worlds.
YEI Technology provides high-performance tracking, orientation, and motion capture solutions to multiple industries. Focused on applying computer science and computer engineering approaches to real-world problems, YEI supports academic-style research and development resulting in patented innovative technologies.
Company: Zensorium
Booth: 26613
Zensorium is founded in 2012 and is committed to empower individuals in elevating their quality of life through a series of innovative sensing devices and solutions. Our flagship product Tinké is an optical sensor to monitor your Fitness & Wellness by quantifying your Heart Rate, Blood Oxygen Levels, Breathing Rate and Heart Rhythm.
We come together with diverse backgrounds to develop products and solutions focusing on consumers needs to create experiences beyond five senses. The company is also part of a listed 95 year old Japanese MNC that provides chemical products and electronic components with over 32,000 employees worldwide.
Company: 3D Vision Technologies Limited
Booth: LVH 42012
Our company's vision is to make 3D instant, affordable, and glasses-free. By spearheading this convergence between 3D and mobility, Whoosh3D is changing industry dynamics and setting new standards on how people personalize, print, and share 3D using conventional smartphones and tablets.
Whoosh3D's founders have been involved with 3D software and lenticular technology for over a decade. By leveraging their core 3D technology, with their expertise, and knowledge of the technical complexities of 3D, they have engineered and designed the ultimate 3D Mobile app and Optical Film Accessory to enable consumers to create unique, personalized, and totally immersive 3D mobility experiences.

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