With the new N8WTS 8'' inwall PC, NOBU launches the next generation high performance inwall touchscreen PC designed to be safe, reliable, fast, and flexible.

Costa Mesa, Calif., January 1, 2007 - NOBU LLC., a leading provider of home automation products, is now shipping the highly anticipated N8 8'' inwall touchscreen PC. The new 8'' panel is a fully functional inwall touchscreen PC with all necessary input/output ports to control any subsystem or automation hardware in your home or office. The N8 packs a fanless 1.0 GHz Intel® Celeron® M processor and lifetime warranty Kingston memory. The N8 will be available with Windows XP® Professional & Windows XP® Embedded. The N8 is also available without an operating system for special applications. The N8 is FCC class B certified and unlike other systems the N8 is specifically designed, UL® tested, and UL® certified to be installed into a wall. Nobu integrators will have the confidence to install the N8 into any home, government project, or MDU, knowing it will have no problem complying with strict NEC and NFPA building codes.

"Our goal with the new design is to satisfy a large demand for a smaller inwall touchpanel as well as to create the most robust, safe, and visually appealing touchscreen on the planet," said Tyson Paul, Nobu's Vice President of Engineering. "We designed the N8 without a fan because we wanted to eliminate noise and to eliminate possible points of failure which is also why we offer the high performance industrial Compact Flash hard drive (solid state) as an alternative to a standard 5400RMP hard drive."

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