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Atlona’s CE Line to Take Center Stage at 2011 International CES

Lineup of Innovative Solutions to Include CES Debut of AT-AiR3 1080p Wireless USB to HDMI Converter for Convenient Viewing of Streaming Media on an HDTV

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Dec. 15, 2010 — Atlona Technologies(R) today announced that the company will be showcasing its CE line of digital connectivity solutions at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Specifically designed for consumers and retail purchasers, the CE line offers a full range of simple, easy-to-use solutions that anyone can install and operate, including the new AT-AiR3, Atlona’s 1080p wireless USB to HDMI converter. In addition, Atlona’s CE line offers simple solutions for bringing computer gaming and movie libraries to the HDTV, incorporating older Mac(R) computers and laptops with new Mac monitors, and enhancing the home theater experience.

“Our CE line is designed to provide innovative solutions for all types of connectivity issues, while helping consumers easily and cost-effectively implement new technologies into their existing home theaters and peripherals,” said Joshua Carlson, director of public relations, Atlona Technologies. “We are excited for attendees to see our CES lineup, which will dramatically extend the capabilities of PCs and laptops. From streaming media wirelessly to an HDTV to using a new Mac display without having to buy a new computer, our CE line has consumers covered.”

At the 2011 International CES, Atlona will debut the third generation of its AT-HDAiR converter: the AT-AiR3. Answering the call for a full 1080p wireless signal, this one-of-a-kind device allows users to connect any USB-enabled computer or laptop wirelessly to an HDTV or projector via VGA or HDMI ports. Capable of transmitting a signal up to 30 feet, the AT-AiR3 is perfect for viewing streaming media content from Hulu, YouTube, and other popular sites, as well as computer-based learning programs such as RosettaStone(R) or Lynda online training.

Also on display will be Atlona’s AT-PCLINK DVI extender, which gives users access to their PC with a secondary keyboard, mouse, display, and PC speakers via wireless transmission. In addition, the AT-HD610 DVI to HDMI converter and embedder allows consumers to play their favorite computer games or watch uploaded videos on their HDTVs.

For frustrated Apple(R) users looking to integrate the newest Apple displays with their legacy DVI-based Mac products, Atlona’s CE line includes DVI to Mini DisplayPort converters and a 2×1 Mini DisplayPort KVM switch. For HDMI users, Atlona’s AT-HD620 upconverts any HDMI resolution to match the native resolution of an Apple iMac(R) 27-inch or 24-inch monitor.

To enhance the home theater experience, the CE line also features a USB to HDMI converter designed to add an HDMI port to any computer, while a USB-powered HDMI scaler/converter upscales the audio and video signals from a PC to the digital HDMI output of a wide range of HDTV and PC products, up to 1080p.

Atlona also provides support for all 3D signal types across multiple Atlona products, including HDMI switchers, converters, extenders, and splitters. Incorporating the very latest advances in A/V technology, Atlona’s 3D-compatible products operate flawlessly with the new 3D displays on the market.

Visitors to Atlona’s booth 21813 (south hall lower level) at the 2011 International CES can experience all of these products and more.

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About Atlona Technologies(R)
Atlona Technologies(R) is a global manufacturer of cutting-edge digital connectivity solutions. The company supplies an extensive range of high-quality products — from cables, splitters, and extenders to distribution amplifiers, converters, switchers, and much more — to a diverse client base spanning the consumer electronics, home theater, computing, retail, systems integration, professional A/V, broadcast, entertainment, medical digital imaging, and digital signage markets. Made from the finest materials and offering unique feature sets, the company’s value-added products can be found in places such as the most prominent hotels in Dubai; NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif.; and across hundreds of thousands of home theaters worldwide. More information about Atlona Technologies is available at www.atlona.com.

Atlona Technologies is a registered trademark of Lenexpo Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

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