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Genius bringing WiFi boombox, night vision IP camera concepts to CES 2009

Darren Murph

You may be inclined to just associate Genius with corporate-level mice, ho hum speakers and the occasional pen tablet, but the outfit is looking to expand its horizons at CES next month. It'll be bringing along a pair of concepts that are evidently leaning towards release in the mysterious future, the first of which is a 2.4 GHz Wireless Stereo Speaker System. The three-piece package presumably contains two satellites and a subwoofer, with the knobs and ports maintaining a low profile. The wireless range reaches up to 100-feet and the inbuilt 3.5-millimeter auxiliary jack ensures that practically any source will work. Moving on, we've got the IP Cam 350TR, which is constructed with "the most advanced night vision technology to secure any home or office efficiently." The integrated light sensor automatically fires up six infrared LEDs when in a dark / dim environment, and there's also a microphone tucked away to capture live audio. Pricing for both is listed as TBA, which isn't shocking given the "concept" status; full release is after the jump.

NEW CONCEPT PRODUCT: 2.4 GHz Wireless Stereo Speaker System
The 2.4 GHz Wireless Stereo Speaker System comes with a three piece speaker system. The wireless range goes up to 100 feet and the speakers system has a convenient 3.5mm socket on audio transmitter for connecting with all audio devices, such as TV's, DVD players, and all MP3 players. Priced TBA, the stereo system is perfect for any music lover who wants quality sound on any of their favorite electronic devices.

The latest IP camera, IP Cam 350TR, is designed with the most advanced night vision technology to secure any home or office efficiently. The light sensor automatically turns on six infrared LEDs when the camera is in a dark environment, making the user feel as though they have a twenty-four hour bodyguard!
Price TBA, the IPCam 350TR comes with a built-in microphone to record live audio as well as video and the pan and tilt feature pans 135 degrees and tilts 350 degrees, making this camera the one that catches everything in sight.

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