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nLighten Technologies launches two 60 inch & 72 inch Finger Touch Screen DLP Rear Projection Displays

The New nLighten DT6000 and DT7200 are the First High-Definition true Finger Touch Screen DLP displays over 60-inch.
Fremont, CA—August 25, 2008—nLighten Technologies Inc. an innovative products provider as well as manufacturer of specialty displays and residential displays today announced the addition of two 60 inch and 72 inch finger touch screens to its main line up of IT6002 and IT7202. DT6000 and DT7200 are ideal for conference room, point of information display, or classroom. nLighten is committed to fulfill the fast growth for high-definition super large display with touch screen capability.
Collaborating large screen high definition displays and finger touch function, nLighten’s new DT6000, 60 inch Finger Touch screen DLP Display, and DT7200, 72 inch Finger Touch screen DLP Display, offer fast and precise response to the movement and can be enhanced by featuring nLighten’s software solution for interactive eboard application.
“Touch screens are an efficient and intuitive way to access and interact with on-display information, and appeal to a wide variety of users and applications?, said nLighten President, Jack Kuo. “The technology of finger touch compliments nLighten’s standard display line ups.? “We recognize the increase demand for touch screen capability with large screen size displays from our channel partners. “
nLighten’s Finger Touch DLP Rear Projection Displays incorporate high sensitivity camera sensors for faster response, a much superior product as it compare to other technologies that use films or coatings over the screen, eliminating ghosting, and trailing images.
• 1920 x 1080(1080P) Resolutions
• Higher Brightness : 900nit
• Excellent maintenance of color
• Useful connectivity including HDMI, USB and RS232C
• Excellent Luminous transmission rate
• Working with even gloved hand
• Good response time
• Easy & Convenient Software for calibration

About nLighten
nLighten Technologies Inc. is a research and development of large screen size HD DLP Display. With office located in Fremont, CA, and its manufacturing facility in Suzhou, China, nLighten is becoming a global leader of specialty display technology providing large screen high definition monitors and ATSC TVs for most demanding environments such as conference room, classroom, and home theater. Home theater Enthusiasts depend on nLighten to provide superior performance when image quality is the highest expectation. For more information, visit www.nlighten.com.
Phihong USA Corporation, a subsidiary of Phihong Technology Co., Ltd. , Taiwan, is the exclusive distributor to market the full line of nLighten products and does the technical supports for North American market.

CONTACT: Exclusive Distributor of nLighten
Phihong USA Corporation
Allen Tsao, 510-360-4115 (Media)
allent@phihongusa.com

Ken Lee, 510-360-4109 (Sales)
kenl@phihongusa.com

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