All in One PC recognized for design excellence

SOUTHPORT, CT - December 15, 2003 - Pelham Sloane Ltd. announced that its patented, flagship product, the PS 1500 all -in -one desktop personal computer, will be featured in the second annual "Technology is a Girl's Best Friend" product showcase at the 2004 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to be held in January 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"We designed the PS 1500 to anticipate consumers' computing needs in the future," said John Jensen, Chairman and Founder of Pelham Sloane. "The result is an all -in -one PC that is both stylish and practical and answers the needs of users in virtually any application. We are honored to have our efforts recognized by such a prestigious organization."

The "Technology is a Girl's Best Friend" product showcase features consumer electronics products that pay particular attention to the needs of the female consumer. According to the Consumer Electronics Association, women will spend an estimated $55 billion on consumer electronics products in 2003 and are involved in almost 75 percent of all electronics purchases. The Pelham Sloane PS 1500 was chosen for this award by a combination of journalists from top women's media outlets and technology reporters who judged product entries based on form, function, overall ease of use and how those products enhance the daily lives of female consumers.

The PS 1500 is ideal for applications where space is at a premium and appeals to consumers who seek a computer with a slim, elegant footprint. The computer is incorporated behind a flat -panel monitor and measures only 2 ¾" deep. Notwithstanding its small footprint, the PS1500 delivers maximum speed and memory for practically any business or consumer purpose. It offers the choice of three processors - Intel® PentiumŇ 4 2.4GHz, Intel® CeleronŇ 1.8GHz, or VIA 933 C3Ô - with up to 1GB RAM and 120GB of hard disk storage. Pelham Sloane offers a wide range of options including, but not limited to, a touch screen, a wireless keyboard and mouse, internal wireless 802.11 b and g networking and a TV card. The PS 1500 can be built to order and can be mounted easily on a wall or an arm - providing flexibility and space efficiency. It is available with either the MicrosoftŇ WindowsŇ XP Professional or Home operating systems.

The Pelham Sloane PS 1500 will be on display at the CES 2004 in the Innovations 2004 Silver Exhibits Booth #70311, at the Innovations Design and Engineering Tabletop Showcase, at the Tech Girl display in the Grand Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center and at Pelham Sloane's booth in the upper level of the South Tower (LVCC SO 3&4) Booth #23302F.

Pelham Sloane's products are available through its website The PS1500 is offered in several configurations starting at $1600. Privately held, Pelham Sloane is based in London, England; its U.S. headquarters is in Southport, Connecticut.

About Pelham Sloane
Pelham Sloane designs, manufactures and markets space -saving and energy efficient all -in -one personal computers. Their PS 1500 desktop PC utilizes a patented design that allows the computer to be integrated behind a flat -panel monitor. This innovation creates significant space and energy efficiency. Pelham Sloane computers combine flexibility, power and speed and provide the ultimate experience in desktop computing. For more information, call 203 -259 -4357 or visit

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NOTE TO EDITORS / REPORTERS: To arrange an interview at CES with John Jensen, Chairman and Founder of Pelham Sloane, please contact David Parmet of the Austin Lawrence Group at 203 -391 -3009 or at 914 -400 -4120 during the show.

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