Falcon Enterprise’s computer keyboard with a ‘Mouse in a Space Bar’ was shown at a booth in the South 3rd floor area of the Las Vegas Convention center. The CES is an annual event that has attracted between 150,000 and 160,000 attendees. This year at least 170,000 industry professionals, including 45,000 from outside the US, attended. Over 3600 vendor companies, from around the world, presented their products for view by others companies. No products are sold to the general public at this show, as many are pre-production units projected to be introduced into the market during 2015. Continue reading “Falcon Keyboard at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas Jan 6-9, 2015”→
Last week we began a review of the Beta Test results and reviews for the Falcon™ Bluetooth Keyboard. Part I provided an overall summary, and Part II presented a few individual tester’s comments. This Part 3 concludes with the final group of individual tester’s comments.
The falcon™ is a multi-platform keyboard. It is compatible with any Bluetooth capable tablet, smart phone, laptop, or desktop computer. It provides a keyboard with a thumb-controlled cursor on the space bar, or “optical mouse”, and cursor activation keys under the fingertips of the computer operator’s hands.
The optical mouse that Falcon Keyboard has developed and beta tested is defined as the optical system including the activation keys for manipulating the cursor. While the Falcon keyboard has many unique features, the optical mouse can be incorporated in essentially any keyboard, and replace the need for a mouse or trackpad.
One would think that companies like Microsoft, Apple, Logitech, Dell, ACER, and HP are the primary computer keyboard suppliers in the world. While they are, there are at least 47, and probably many more suppliers that provide a wide selection of keyboards. Mechanical, Silicon Rubber, Bluetooth, Mini, Gaming, Industrial, Military, Medical, Ergonomic, with thumb-pads, trackballs, and with and without numeric pads, are all types of keyboards available to use with your computers, tablets or smart phones. Continue reading “There are how many keyboard suppliers?!”→
It is obvious that meeting prospective clients at their offices around the world is the best way to present your product for their consideration. Face to face is a proven benefit in making a sale or negotiating a contract. But it is also very expensive. For a startup company trying to get into the market without a widely recognized logo, it is really a hardship for funding the effort. Here is where a product show held in a major city where thousands or even 10s of thousands can bring your potential clients to you. Continue reading “Trade Shows vs. Individual Customer Visits”→
Vivian Wagner, owner of V. Creative Enterprises, LLC, prepared the following as distributed by American Express. Her points are very valid, and are passed on to you below.
In business, you can’t get ahead by ignoring what’s being said about you online. Use these 5 tips to successfully navigate the treacherous path of social media commentary. The Internet is a free-for-all of consumer commentary and reviews—and some of these comments, inevitably, can be negative. As a business owner, however, it’s sometimes difficult to know how to respond to these comments, and when to just let them go. Continue reading “5 Tips for Responding Positively to Negative Comments Online”→
For those of you interested in electronics, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), scheduled each year for the first week of January in Las Vegas, is a great event to visit. This past January, over 150,000 visitors were logged. Curved TVs, robotic planes, 3-D printing, 4HD, smart phones, video games, the electronic home, vehicle electronics, GPS, and on and on, are just the tip of the various products being shown. This year should be no different. Continue reading “Falcon™ Keyboard: Visit Us at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)”→
The product delivery system is heavily reliant on trucks. And the demand for on-the-spot record keeping means that information has to be input into the various delivery companies’ tracking systems on the fly. Companies like FedEx and UPS have instant input hand-held electronic wireless bar recorders for scanning and keeping track of deliveries. If you have ever followed the tracking number on your order, you know where the item is at every stop. Even when it leaves China headed for Los Angeles or New York.