North America’s leading distributor of ProAV solutions comes to CES for the very first time with a range of innovative products that blur the line between pro and consumer electronics.
CES attendees are invited to join Stampede every day of the show for a Happy Hour that runs from 4:00PM until 6:00PM.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, January 6, 2015 — Underscoring the increasing convergence of professional and consumer electronics into a single opportunity-rich marketplace, Stampede Presentation Products, Inc. is exhibiting at CES for the very first time — and they’re doing so with a bang! At Booth #70247 in the Sands Expo and Convention Center, the industry leading supplier of ProAV solutions is demonstrating an array of next generation innovations, including drones, 3D printers, and connectivity tools that convert any power outlet in the home into an Ethernet port to create a whole-home communications network.
“As we have for nearly 20 years, Stampede always rides ahead of the herd, bringing resellers of ProAV solutions an endless series of new technologies and products that create new revenue streams for them while bringing meaningful new benefits to their customers,” said Stampede President & COO Kevin Kelly. “At this CES, Stampede is offering CE resellers a host of new business opportunities through precedent-setting new products that will drive their businesses to new heights in 2015.”
Leading the way for Stampede at CES 2015 is an array of drones from leading manufacturers like DJI, Walkera, and AEE. In fact, Stampede has created a “drone corral” within its booth and will be flying drones right from the show floor! “We’re showcasing a range of drones that cover every possible consumer and professional application,” Kelly emphasized. “No other company at this CES is demonstrating the business opportunities offered by drones the way we are.”
Next in line for Stampede is the world’s first affordably priced, ‘plug and print’ 3D printer — the Robox® from the British development company CEL— which is available for the suggested retail price of only $1,799. “The development and widespread market availability of a full featured, affordably priced 3D printer for the home market is exactly what consumers have been waiting for,” Kelly emphasized. “By removing the price barrier, Robox is moving strategically to make the benefits of 3D printing immediately available to a large and growing consumer and commercial market.”
Finally, Stampede is introducing the Neurona AX501 ConnectedLife Adapter, which features Powerline™ technology from Qualcomm Atheros, Inc. “The Neurona AX501 leverages the reliability of power line technology to ensure that each home is equipped with high-fidelity broadband,” Kelly explained. “Powerline solutions use a home’s existing electrical system to share broadband, essentially turning an outlet into a connection point. Powerline solutions deliver fast and reliable Internet connection between devices. By plugging a Powerline adapter into an Internet router, and a second adapter near a TV, gaming system, computer or set-top box, you easily deliver Internet connectivity to these devices.” The Neurona AX501 enables multiple devices to connect to each other through a mutual network. By leveraging Powerline technology, the Neurona AX501 utilizes the home’s existing electronic wiring infrastructure to create a robust, whole-home communications network.
Stampede is celebrating its first ever exhibitor appearance at CES with a daily Happy Hour that will run from 4:00PM until 6:00PM each day of the show. “We welcome forward-looking resellers to come to the booth, enjoy a cold beer, and learn more about how they can ride ahead of the herd with Stampede in 2015,” Kelly concluded.