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Amaryllo Won Computex Best Choice Award and Jury’s Special Award

Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 01, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Amaryllo International B.V. (Amaryllo), headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, announces that it receives 2 top awards at Computex 2014. iSensor HD, top winner of the Best Choice (BC) Award under “Smartech” category, is Amaryllo’s latest smart home-security product based on Skype’s world leading 256-bit encryption with global private channels to ensure the best privacy protection. iSensor HD is a novel product line that Amaryllo develops and targets for wall-mount miniature security applications. It is the smallest HD-quality wireless home-security sensor in the market. Equipped with audio and motion sensors, iSensor HD detects and automatically sends real-time push-text or push-picture alerts to its recipients via Skype’s private and security message channels. A warning flash LED light can be enabled to warn off intruders when the device detects movement or audio. Powered by standard 5V/1A microUSB adapter, iSensor HD offers the lowest power consumption in streaming HD video products today.

iSensor HD features Amaryllo’s patent-pending touchless technologies to remote-control camera with 240-degree view angle. With a built-in 4GB memory, iSensor HD records HD, VGA, or QVGA quality video and automatically uploads the recorded video files to your free 15GB Google Drive, saving consumers a huge annual cloud storage fee. Patent-pending QR code installation allows users to quickly complete setup within 60 seconds.

iBabi HD is the big winner of the prestigious “Jury’s Special Award” under Security category. It is considered as the most trusted wireless baby monitor by offering 256-bit encryption technologies and monitored by Skype’s dynamic private channel to adjust streaming video quality ensuring the best streaming viewing experience.

Amaryllo will showcase its new products and patent-pending technologies at Hall 3 G0626 at Computex Taipei from June 3 to June 7, 2014. To reserve a private product demonstration or to receive product details, please contact Amaryllo at [email protected].

About Amaryllo International B.V.
Amaryllo International B.V. (Amaryllo) is a worldwide leading smart-home wireless Skype Security Systems product company. Headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands with facilities in the US and Asia, Amaryllo’s products span from Apple MFi accessories, Bluetooth headsets, Bluetooth radio speakers, wireless video doorbells, wireless video sensors, to wireless security products. Amaryllo is a licensee of Apple MFi, Skype Developer, Windows Developer, Google Play Developer, AAC+, UPnP, Bluetooth SIG, and etc.

540 Singel, 1017 AZ, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
T: +31 208941387
F: +31 208941333
[email protected]
www.amaryllo.eu

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