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Tips & Tricks to use your Media Center in the living room.

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Blueado, a leading designer of Media Centers specially designed for the living room, has collaborated with Hometoys.com to publish a tips and tricks article for Windows Media Center Edition 2005. Blueado has been building Media Centers and Media Center Add-ins since 2004. Extensive experience with a variety of users ranging from the novice to the expert has enabled Blueado to provide over a dozen tips and tricks to help maximize the enjoyment of a Media Center in the living room.

The 2006 MCE tips and tricks article can help the average consumer understand some of the difficult decisions that need to be made when considering a Media Center designed for the living room. The goal is to eliminate the confusion surrounding Microsoft Windows Vista delays, cable card requirements, High Definition TV signal choices, and 7.1 Digital Audio configurations. Not to mention finding a Media Center that doesn’t cost as much as a Plasma HDTV, is silent, and doesn’t occupy half of your living room.

For the consumer that already has a Media Center, the 2006 MCE tips and tricks article can enhance the knowledge required to run a media Media Center in the Living room instead of on the desktop. With tips on ways to help reduce noise and integrate the Media Center with a Digital Cable box., Blueado has provided some of the tips and tricks used in My Blueado to help customers install Blueado media Center quickly, and easily.

“At Blueado we focus on making the Media Center enjoyable for any living room whether you own a Blueado Media Center or not. This is why we’ve worked with Hometoys.com to publish thirteen tips and tricks anyone can use.” says Denny Breitenfeld, president of Exlcom LLC. Blueado is currently working on other publications (to be released in late spring) that will further enhance the understanding of MCE for users of all skill levels.

The Tips and Tricks for using your Media Center in the Living Room article can be found at http://www.hometoys.com in the April edition of Hometoys or by visiting http://www.blueado.com for more informatoin about Media Centers designed for the living room.

Exlcom LLC. is an innovative technology developer and designer of consumer entertainment systems. Founded in 1994 the privately owned company has a long history of developing state-of-the-art enterprise applications, and sophisticated yet user friendly consumer technologies. The latest brainchild of Exlcom is Blueado a whole new suite of Media Centers designed specifically for the living room.

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Blueado Press Team
800-961-4201
media@blueado.com

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