PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 18, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Tech shows are wonderful opportunities for manufacturers to showcase their latest technology, gadgets, and other products. As such, companies in the tech industry--and the people who provide reviews on sample and demo products to expand the visibility of new items--pay close attention to the big reveals made at these events. The latest International CES tech show shone a spotlight on many popular items, particularly those in the car, wearable health, and gaming device technology categories, according to an article published by The Washington Post. Zero4All
, a company that connects manufacturers with consumer reviewers, recounts the highlights of the show and explains how technology has changed drastically.
The purpose of sending products for review to consumers is to maintain a specific corporate tax status, from which manufacturers benefit. But this is not the only way in which the manufacturers represented at CES, and a long list of others, benefit from the reviews that consumers post. These reviews assist in building the image of a brand, expanding the visibility of the product, and increasing interest in new items. As such, the input of reviewers regarding products showcased at tech events is often integral to the success of these new devices.
"CNET has recently focused on car technology and wearable health technology. The 3D Systems Cube X printer for rapid prototyping was also popular," comments a representative from Zero4All. "While our independent product reviewers have not yet had the opportunity to test this particular 3D printer model, it's important to note that at least two manufacturers from our extensive database of products have already offered 3D rapid prototyping devices in the past 24 months, both of which were imported into the U.S. market."
The representative from Zero4All goes on to explain that the term "printing" is, here, misleading, as ink jet and laser printers call upon technology of the past. These 3D printers can create three-dimensional objects out of plastic, which are ready for immediate use or for application as product mock ups for new models. As such, they can assist manufacturers in preparing new models for mass production. The company's representative also indicates that its independent consumer product reviewers have been receiving smart watches and smart bracelets for several months, which are available to them through its manufacturer's database.
Zero4All encourages consumers who are interested in reviewing new products to check out its database and program features.
is a unique organization that provides customers with the ability to explore a large database of manufacturer-supplied products and, ultimately, to receive complimentary products from the manufacturers. Zero4All sustains this business model by connecting consumers with companies that are required to provide a certain number of sample and demo products to retain specific corporate tax incentives. Individuals who partner with Zero4All, which has over 2,500 items in its database, are required to simply write reviews about their experiences with the merchandise that they are provided.
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