SilverPAC Universal Remote Streams PC Content

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SilverPAC just announced that dealers, e-tailers and retailers can pre-purchase the upcoming evolution 5500 advanced universal remote from its Web site - www.silverpac.com

With numerous electronic devices and complex controls cluttering most consumers' homes, SilverPAC aims to put consumers in control of the many systems that are part of their daily lives and to eliminate the need for multiple control devices. By embedding Microsoft's innovative software technologies, SilverPAC creates state-of-the-art home automation, entertainment and smart energy control hardware products that are unlike anything currently available to OEM, retail and customer integrator markets today. Its products are the first to stream PC content directly to a secondary display, consolidating interactive communications, and they are extremely easy for anyone to set up and use out-of-the-box.

SilverPAC's flagship advanced universal remote control, evolution 5500, was named "CES Innovations 2010 Design and Engineering Award Honoree." By using Windows SideShow technology, the remote effortlessly integrates personal communications, such as e-mail and streaming video, with control of more than 100 home theater and automation systems, including lighting and HVAC, from a single touch-screen device. With the Microsoft Green Button, the entire digital entertainment library on home Windows computers is instantly available through the Windows Media Center. Since the evolution 5500 is built on Windows 7 and Windows embedded solutions, it integrates with after-market devices and custom integrators can easily develop new applications.

"We see the rapid adoption of consumer hardware devices combined with Microsoft's ongoing software innovations as an opportunity to truly empower consumers to consolidate the electronics in their lives while remaining infinitely connected," said Max Li, president of SilverPAC. "We are giving our retail partners the unique opportunity to preview the most cutting edge advanced universal remote, to receive deep discounts and to be the first to offer this product to their customers."

"SilverPAC's evolution 5500 reflects the continued explosion of consumer Internet devices, providing users with rich, immersive experiences and seamless connectivity to their pictures, music and other digital content," said John Boladian, marketing director for Windows Embedded, Asia Pacific and Greater China at Microsoft. "We are excited that the Windows Embedded CE platform and other advanced Microsoft technologies provided a solid foundation for SilverPAC's evolution 5500 to deliver the experience consumers demand from specialized devices."



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