Colorado vNet to Launch New Family of Touchscreens at CEDIA

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Loveland, CO - August 3, 2009 - Colorado vNet, a Loveland, CO -based manufacturer of award -winning home automation and distributed audio/video systems, will launch a new family of Vibe™ Touchscreens at the CEDIA Expo in Atlanta, Georgia in September. The new 4.7 -inch and 7 -inch Touchscreens offer a choice of integrated 50 watt digital amplifier (25 watts per channel), 100 watt digital amplifier (50 watts per channel), or no amplifier - and both include microphone and speaker to support a future intercom application. Similar to the company's existing 7 -inch Color Touchscreen Amplifier, the new Touchscreens are capable of power over Ethernet, so that a single cable provides audio, data and power to the device.


Scott Stephenson, director of product management and marketing for Colorado vNet commented, "With various price points and dozens of designer faceplate options, our new Touchscreen family provides even greater versatility." The 4.7 -inch Touchscreen will be available for shipping at the end of September and the new 7 -inch will follow in October. See these new products and many more new features of the entire family of Colorado vNet home automation and distributed entertainment systems in CEDIA booth #2056.

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