Kreisen Unveils Entire New LCD TV Line -Up

Bold New Competitor Makes Sleek Affordable LCD TVs A Reality - Upsets Existing Brands

San Jose, CA - March 23, 2005 - Kreisen, (www.kreisen.com), the manufacturers of quality affordable high definition television displays, today announced their full line of high definition (HD) quality LCD televisions for the home. Already in demand throughout the United States, Kreisen's winning line up includes popular television sizes from 26 -Inches through their newly announced 40 -Inch HD LCD TV. Kreisen's sleek and stylish LCD TVs are now available in 26, 27, 30, 32, 37, and 40 -Inch sizes at popular electronic outlets and online e -tailers such as Amazon, Ebuyer, eCost, MicroCenter, Target.com, and TigerDirect.


Until recently, affordable and reliable LCD TV sizes were limited to below 32 -Inches and were thus relegated for use primarily in the bedrooms, offices, or other secondary rooms in the home. Kreisen's introduction of the 37 -Inch and 40 -Inch televisions now brings the LCD TV technology into the living rooms of American homes. Priced well below the legacy consumer brands, that have also expanded into the flat panel television industry, Kreisen is the only LCD TV manufacturer that offers such an extensive line of displays at this price range and is fully challenging plasma displays in price, features, quality, longevity, and now size.

"We are committed to delivering the highest quality LCD TVs and our full line of LCD TVs is a testament to this focus. Korea has long had the reputation for had the reputation for superior LCD technology and is home to the top two LCD panel manufacturers in the world, Samsung and LG -Philips, All Kreisen TVs are made from the top -grade panels from these two leading manufacturers. ," said Samson Lee, CEO of Kreisen. "In a sea of competitors, we are the only new entrant in the marketplace from Korea and are very excited at the growth of this industry. Our business model allows us to take advantage of these quality panels to deliver world -class, feature packed LCD TVs at a third of the price of other brands."

About Kreisen LCD TVs
Headquartered in San Jose, California, Kreisen is a leading high definition display company that manufactures affordable, high -grade HDTV LCD panels for use in business, education, and home entertainment. Kreisen's family of LCDs come standard with leading features such as digital luminance transient improvement (DLTI) to dramatically improve detail in scenes for sharper, more natural pictures and a digital perfect creation (DPC) engine co -developed with Germany's Micronas, a world renowned maker of digital video and audio signal processors. Additionally, all Kreisen LCDs feature double window (DW) scan, built in equalizer, auto volume leveler (AVL), and a plethora of input and output connections giving you the most versatility and options in how you view. Kreisen is marketed through EnCross Enterprises and a rapidly growing network of consumer -direct online partners, and regional and national retail stores in North America. For more information, visit Kreisen online at (www.kreisen.com) or call 1 -866 -KREISEN.

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