WireTracks LLC is pleased to announce a new product: the WireTracks iCove.

The WireTracks iCove is an in-wall display and storage cabinet for personal electronics. It works with almost any personal electronic product that has a docking station and fits within the cabinet.

For Immediate Release


Seattle, WA, April 2005 - WireTracks LLC is pleased to announce a new product: the WireTracks iCove.

The WireTracks iCove is an in -wall display and storage cabinet for personal electronics. It works with almost any personal electronic product that has a docking station and fits within the cabinet. Some products include:

Apple iPods
MP3 players
Portable satellite radio receivers
Mobile phones
PDAs and Smartphones
Some cordless telephones
Two -way radios
Commercial Portable Electronics
Other Specialty Devices

Best of all, home and building owners will be able to change products as often as they like. According to the Washington Post, the average lifespan of a cellular telephone is 18 months in the United States. Lifespan estimates for the Apple iPod ranges from 2 to 3 years. With the WireTracks iCove, upgrading and changing products is easy.

The WireTracks iCove features the Cachebox, a drop -in junction box through which all electrical and low -voltage connections are routed and hidden. With the Cachebox, standard off -the -shelf technologies are seamlessly integrated into your home or business. Best of all, it is easy to install into existing homes.

The WireTracks iCove is designed to be customized. It comes in standard sizes that enable you to frame it out with custom molding or standard picture frames. This provides a tremendous amount of flexibility and lets owners get exactly the look and feel they are seeking.

"We are thrilled about the prospects for the WireTracks iCove," explains Bruce Gutman, president of WireTracks. "It sells for a third of the price of competitive products, provides true upgradeability, and works with just about everything."

The WireTracks iCove is one component of the WireTracks system that provides you with a complete infrastructure for smart home technologies. Once installed, owners will be able to enhance their homes and make changes as often as they like.

The WireTracks iCove is expected to retail for about $200. For more information, please view the brochure at www.wiretracks.com/wt -iCove -brochure.pdf.

For more information about WireTracks, contact Bruce Gutman at 206 -361 -6110 or bruce@wiretracks.com. Or, visit the WireTracks website at www.wiretracks.com.


Quick Statistics

As of January 2005, over 10 million Apple iPods have been sold -Apple Computer.

As of December 2004, XM Satellite Radio has over 3.1 million subscribers -XM Satellite Radio.

There are 159 million cellular phone users in the United States -U.S. Census 2003.

Up to 48 percent of new homes will be pre -wired with structured wiring by the end of 2004 -Parks Associates.

Fifty -eight percent of all new homes incorporate structured wiring -CE Pro Magazine.

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