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IPLASMA universal plasma TV stand exhibiting in 2005 CES


iPLASMA will be introducing its innovative universal plasma TV floor stand at the 2005 CES show in Las Vegas from Jan 6 to 9.

While the plasma TVs have made remarkable progress in the recent years, most buyers are still stuck with the old and compromising ways to display them. Wall mounted plasma TV is not for everyone because it is very costly to both your wallet and wall. Most so-called plasma TV stands are no more than plain glass tables that are better suited for conventional TVs instead.

iPLASMA’s PTS-6000 stand can easily mount virtually all plasma TVs, any size from any brand, in ultra-cool and elegant style. As long as the plasma TV has flat rear surface and 4 screw holes, it will look stunning on iPLASMA. With our ingenious built-in mounting system, there is no need to buy a confusing third-party bracket that is required by almost all other floor stands. iPLASMA also offers hidden cable management, adjustable TV mounting heights, 3 metal shelves, optional caster kit and our exclusive dual ambient lighting system for creating awesome effect.

Our highly sophisticated approach to the design, styling, materials, engineering, fit and finish are truly a sight to behold. Designed by the topnotch industrial designers and precision fabricated by the state-of-the-art factories in the Silicon Valley of USA, iPLASMA truly stands above others for ultimate style and quality.

iPLASMA is located in San Jose, CA. Its website is and e-mail is

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