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Niveus Media Center Now Available at Select Audio/Video Retailers

For Immediate Release

Now Available at select Audio/Video retailers; the Niveus Media Center — Denali Edition with HDTV, featuring Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 and the Niveus A/V-style chassis.

Available directly from the company’s website and also select retailers including Magnolia Audio/Video & Tweeter stores.

Santa Clara, CA, 16 June 2005 — Niveus Media, Inc., manufacturer of media entertainment devices for the high-end audio/video market , has announced that its Denali Edition media center based on the Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 operating system is now available directly from the company’s website and from select retailers, including Magnolia Audio/Video and Tweeter.

“We’re pleased to announce that the Denali Edition is now available to both the tech-savvy consumers who prefer to purchase products via the web and the high-end audio/video consumers who enjoy receiving a live demo of the product before purchasing,” said Tim Cutting, CEO of Niveus Media. “The Denali Edition, with its silent, fanless construction, exotic metalwork and high-end rear A/V ports is unique enough that many need to see the product in person to appreciate the craftsmanship that went in to the design and manufacturing of this product. In addition to the Magnolia and Tweeter showrooms, customers will benefit from knowledgeable sales consultants, and award winning installation services.”

The award-winning Niveus Media Center goes well beyond any other media center on the market. The “Denali Edition” has the attributes of high-end A/V gear, including an A/V-style form-factor, silent operation enabled by the passive cooling technology, and a complete A/V rear panel of high-quality connections, including gold-plated RCA and BNC connectors for Component Video. Additionally, the “Denali Edition” is built with only the highest quality audio and video components, including television tuners, and video processing certified by the Image Science Foundation (ISF).

Unlike other Living Room Media Center PCs, the “Denali Edition” will support future upgrades. Niveus Media remains committed to providing its customers with both hardware & software upgrades as new updates, versions and products become available. “When Microsoft released the 2005 version of the Windows XP Media Center software, we offered our 2004 customers not only the ability to upgrade to the new software, but also upgrade their hardware allowing them to take full advantage of the dual-tuner functionality newly available in 2005,” said Cutting. “We plan to continue this tradition of protecting our customers’ investment in our products as new software and hardware becomes available and is qualified by our engineering team.”

Pricing and Availability
The Niveus Media Center – Denali Edition is now available through retailers including Magnolia Audio/Video, Tweeter Audio/Video and select dealers nationwide. The Denali Edition starts at $4599. For further details, visit the company website at:www.niveusmedia.com

About Niveus Media, Inc.
Founded in 2002, Niveus Media, Inc. is a Santa Clara, California OEM manufacturer, specializing in media entertainment devices for the consumer electronics market. Niveus Media is dedicated to delivering innovative, integrated consumer electronics devices for the networked home. Additional information can be found at: www.niveusmedia.com.

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