Epsilon Electronics Booth Robbed During CES Show Including New Patent Pending Double-Screen Unit
January 11, 2017 --
MONTEBELLO, Calif., Jan. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Epsilon Electronics booth was robbed of 7 units during the recent CES Show in Las Vegas. Among the units stolen Sunday evening were two conceptualized units, which have yet to go on sale to the public.
"We are taking this situation very seriously," said Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Epsilon Electronics Inc., Paul Goldberg. "We are working closely with local authorities and Las Vegas Convention Center staff to make sure the perpetrators are brought to justice."
"The targeted theft of prototypes suggests that the purpose is to copy our hard work and compromise our investment in product development," Goldberg continued. "Whoever is to blame represents the very lowest level of integrity in our business and must be stopped."
"We are very concerned that such a crime could be committed at such a prestigious show as CES," said Epsilon President, Jack Rochel.
In light of this situation, Epsilon is offering a reward of $10,000 for information leading to the capture and conviction of those involved.
While 7 units were stolen overall, the most valuable unit was the Soundstream VRN-DD7HB dual-screen source unit, an image of which is attached. This unit has garnered a great deal of notoriety in conjunction with the CES Show in the media and on social media. This unit is due to be released to the public in March and is patent-pending.
The units stolen appear to have been targeted given that they were newer models, two of which debuted at CES.
As a result of the robbery, the Epsilon Electronics suffered not only loss of property, but damage to their booth as well. The attached image depicts the Epsilon booth as it was discovered on the morning of Monday, January 9.
Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Epsilon President, Jack Rochel at (323) 722-3333.
About Epsilon Electronics Inc.
Epsilon Electronics Inc. operates as a corporate umbrella for various brands that includes: Soundstream, Power Acoustik, Precision Power, Farenheit, and NESA. Their name brand products are sold in over 2,000 locations across the USA. It is also a top 12 Volt brand in over 55 countries worldwide. In addition, Epsilon is the second largest aftermarket car video supplier in the United States. As an innovator in the industry, Epsilon holds 13 key industry patents. Furthermore, each year they offer products with features that improve upon previous models, as well as customers' expectations.
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