Niveus HTPC Wins Best Of Show

Niveus Media is a manufacturer of media entertainment systems for the high-end audio/video market. Digital Life is a first of its kind consumer technology and entertainment event produced by ZiffDavis, and the editors of PC Magazine.

“We’re thrilled to receive the home entertainment Best of Show award for our high-end Summit Series media centers,” said Tim Cutting, President & CEO of Niveus Media. “The editors of PC Magazine continue to validate our superior styling and silent fanless design over alternative media centers that use noisy fans, and mediocre styling. As entertainment evolves, we see an ever increasing need for high-end home entertainment systems and we will continue to provide top of the line media centers for our consumers.”

The Niveus Summit series are stylish, fanless media centers providing consumers with a complete home entertainment experience. The Rainier model is equipped with P4 2.8Ghz HT, 512MB 400Mhz DDR SDRAM, 160GB HDD, DVD Recorder, Dual TV Tuner, ATI 9600XT, 6 Channel Audio, Gigabit LAN & Windows XP MCE 2005. The even more powerful Denali adds high definition television and audio and is equipped with P4 3.2Ghz HT, 1GB 400Mhz DDR SDRAM, 320GB HDD, DVD Recorder, Dual TV Tuner, Single HDTV, Nvidia GF6600 PCI EXPRESS, 24-bit/192Khz High Definition 8-Channel Audio & Windows XP MCE 2005.

Winners of the Best of Show Award can be found on the PC Magazine website: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,1677195,00.asp

Niveus Media Center Availability
The Niveus Summit Series – Rainier & Denali High Definition Edition will be available in mid-November for purchase via the company’s website & select regional HiFi Audio/Video Retailers. For further details, visit the company website at: http://www.niveusmedia.com/

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