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Oklahoma City firm keeps good company at CES gadget show

Since 1977, Oklahoma City-based Jasco Products has been an exhibitor at the world's largest technology trade show.
BY PAUL RIEDL Published: January 9, 2013
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Born as a division of Trice Electronics in 1975, Jasco has grown to offer consumer electronic accessories, computer accessories, home automation products, home electric products, lighting controls, security products.

Its latest brand, T-Tech by Tumi electronic accessories, was launched at last year's CES.

That product launch “garnered tremendous success and press coverage,” Trice said.

“We are excited to showcase our new T-Tech by Tumi electronics collection of travel-friendly accessories again this year.”

Jasco attends other national trade shows, including the National Hardware Show, and has offices throughout North America, South America and China.


At a glance

The latest gadgets go on display at show

The 2013 International CES gadget show, the biggest trade show in the Americas, is taking place in Las Vegas this week. It's a place for technology companies to showcase the television sets, computers and other gadgets they plan. Here are some details about the show, formerly known as Consumer Electronics Show.

By The Numbers: The Consumer Electronics Association, which organizes the show, expects attendance close to the 156,000 people who turned out last year. That's pretty much at capacity for Las Vegas, which has about 150,000 hotel rooms. The show spans about 1.9 million square feet of booths and exhibits, which is equivalent to 33 football fields.

Location: The Las Vegas Convention Center and nearby hotels.

• Dates: After Monday evening's kickoff speech by Qualcomm Inc. CEO Paul Jacobs, the show floor is open through Friday.

Visiting: CES is open to those in the consumer electronics industry. A business card or other business ID is required. The general public cannot attend.

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