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HAI Debuts Award-Winning Home Control for Windows Media Center at CEDIA

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Contact:
Allison Read
HAI Director of Marketing
Phone: (800) 229-7256, x 229
Fax: (504) 736-9890
Email: allison.read@homeauto.com

New Orleans, LA — September 7, 2004

HAI Debuts Award-Winning Home Control for Windows Media Center at CEDIA

HAI, the leading manufacturer of integrated security and home automation systems since 1985, will debut its new Home Control for Windows Media Center (WMC) in booth 2036 during the CEDIA convention to be held September 8 — 12, 2004 in Indianapolis, IN. Additionally, Electronic House magazine has chosen Home Control for WMC as one of its Electronic House Products of the Year for 2004 and will be presenting the award at the convention.

Home Control for WMC is software for Windows Media Centers that allows control of all HAI Omni controller features from the comfort of an easy chair using a single media center remote. It provides an affordable and complete home control system including security, lighting and temperature control, access to all media, family photos, music, video, email, and Internet access from a single handheld remote.

“Now you can settle in for a great movie with the lights, temperature and security adjusted exactly as you please” explains HAI President Jay McLellan. “It’s a plug and play option for anyone with a Windows Media Center and an HAI Omni home control system.”

The product is easy to install into any Microsoft Windows Media Center system device and comes with a settings wizard to ensure proper connection and operation. It works with a professionally installed HAI Omni controller and the capabilities can be expanded by adding HAI’s award winning Web-Link II software for Internet access and control. HAI’s Home Control for WMC is currently shipping as part number 1109.

All HAI products are sold through its worldwide network of Distribution Partners and installed by over 1000 trained dealers. For more information on HAI’s award-winning product line, please call (800) 229-7256 or visit www.homeauto.com.

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