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Accell Debuts UltraRun HDMI 1.3a Category 2 Cables at Annual CEDIA Expo 2007

Denver, CO., Sept. 5, 2007 — Accell, a leader of enhanced connectivity, introduces their UltraRun HDMI 1.3a Category 2 cable product line at the CEDIA Expo 2007 throughout September 5-9 in Denver, Colorado. CEDIA is widely recognized for bringing together leaders of consumer electronics and market providers of the latest technology. Located at booth number 1060, Accell demonstrates why they’re the leader of enhanced connectivity with the introduction of the world’s longest HDMI 1.3 Category 2 cables with lengths up to 131 feet (40m).

Consumers and custom installers alike are continuously looking for new ways to optimize the performance of their A/V equipment, and Accell’s UltraRun HDMI 1.3a Category 2 cables ensure that home theater systems will ensure peak performance in the home theater today and in the future. The UltraRun cables are CL3 rated for in-wall installation and perfect for use with projectors or wall mounted HD TV’s.

“With the buzz surrounding the abilities of HDMI 1.3, Blu-Ray, and HD DVD, there is a great amount of interest in HDMI 1.3, especially at CEDIA,” stated Tenny Sin, Accell’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Accell sees a growing need for enhanced cables for A/V applications, and we will continue to expand and evolve our product line to anticipate market requirements. Participating at CEDIA offers a great opportunity to exchange information and feedback with consumers.”

Accell’s UltraRun HDMI 1.3 cables are unique in that they support the HDMI 1.3a Category 2 specification. HDMI Category 2, also known as HDMI 1.3 High-Speed, is a quantum leap over HDMI 1.3a Category 1 and earlier HDMI specifications. The UltraRun HDMI 1.3 cables support rich 48-bit deep color, 340MHz (10.2Gbps) high-speed bandwidth, up to 1440p resolution, and Dolby True HD and DTS-HD audio formats. With rich color, fast speed, and hi-definition sound support, Accell delivers what CEDIA members seek in their enhanced connectivity products– reliability and high quality, combined with excellent price and performance.

About Accell
Accell Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of BizLink Technology, is focused on the design, manufacture and delivery of affordable, high quality connectivity products including audio/video interconnects and distribution systems, computer and networking cables. Accell produces high quality and innovative connectivity products by combining the low cost benefits of a global manufacturer and the design capabilities of a Silicon Valley based engineering and marketing team. Accell is a member of CEDIA and CEA. For more information, please visit our Web site at www.accellcables.com.

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