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[Press Release] Adesso Launches New Docking Stations and Conferencing Products at CES 2023

Adesso Launches New Docking Stations and Conferencing Products at CES 2023

December 16, 2022

WALNUT, Calif.–Adesso, Inc., a leading manufacturer of computer peripherals, security cameras, dash cams, and technology solutions, is pleased to announce that Adesso has launched new docking stations, conferencing cameras, and speakers.

Adesso will debut the most advanced products at CES 2023 at The Venetian® Resort – Presidential Suite, Las Vegas, NV during the Press Release party on January 4th. The Adesso new top-of-the-line Models include CyberTrack C100 – an all-in-one conference webcam with speakers and an integrated microphone, Xtreme S8 – a 360° Bluetooth conference speaker with a microphone, CyberTrack K4 – a 4k webcam with adjustable field of view angle and privacy switch, AUH4050, and 4060 – docking stations that expand your connection port and support 65W and 100W power delivery.

Including our new lineup of POS printers NuPrint 220, 320, 330, and 400 that are essential to the POS industry and retail environments, whether Bluetooth, LAN, or USB connection is required, Adesso has a solution.

Adesso will be making the complete family products available through our keystone partners, which include Ingram Micro, TD Synnex, D&H, Staples, Office Depot, CDW, Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Micro Center.


About Adesso

Headquartered in Walnut, CA, U.S.A., Adesso, Inc. is a leading design manufacturer and supplier of computer peripherals, security cameras, and technology solutions. For over 25 years, Adesso has served the commercial enterprise, government, healthcare, and educational markets proudly with our umbrella of products which include computer peripherals and office technologies. Adesso products are made available through our distribution and reseller network. For additional details on our portfolio and capabilities, we would like to invite to you visit us at


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