Lan Plus Releases The Integra All-In-One

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Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from Lan Plus

    CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/
 -- Lan Plus, a computer manufacturer that recently announced its intention to
 merge with McGlen Internet Group (OTC Bulletin Board:   MIGS), today announced
 the Integra All-in-One, a concept that merges numerous consumer technologies
 into one functional, efficient product. The Integra enables the user to watch
 TV, play DVD movies, listen to CDs, tune in to the stereo, or do computing and
 Internet browsing from a single device.
     Consumers demand technology that combines productivity and entertainment,
 and the Integra is the space-saving, all-in-one solution. Powered by a variety
 of Intel(R) processors, including the Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 processor, the
 Integra is equipped with a DVD/CD-rom drive, cable-ready television tuner and
 radio tuner with remote. The built-in LCD screen provides radiation-free
 entertainment and PC application viewing. This comprehensive new class of
 technology comes in a revolutionary, space-saving model.
     "The Integra is an ideal solution for anyone wishing to combine all their
 entertainment and computing needs in one unit. This phenomenal product
 virtually replaces the television, personal computer, DVD player and music
 CD/FM stereo. Just think about the impact this will have on dormitories and
 offices, as well as homes and lofts with limited space," said Bob Anderson,
 Director of Business Development at Lan Plus. "The system blends entertainment
 needs and computing needs in a powerful, yet simple, design."
     "Extending the power of an Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 processor-based PC with
 complete home entertainment capabilities for an emerging group of consumers is
 very exciting," said Jeff McCrea, Marketing Director, Desktop Platform
 Marketing, Intel Corporation. "We understand that innovative new uses for the
 PC have attracted new users to the technology through the years. Now, more
 than ever, is a great time to bring creative uses for extending the PC into
 everyone's lives."
     "The Integra All-in-One fully supports our vision of PCs that have the
 ability to empower users to have unique experiences, any time, any place and
 on any device," said Mike Oldham, Director of Sales for North America,
 Microsoft Corp. "With it, consumers are well-equipped with the most current
 information and technology resources based upon Microsoft technology."
     The device comes standard with a 15" LCD TFT display, 20 GB drive,
 128MB SDRAM, and AGP 3D video graphics accelerator. It is competitively priced
 and comes with a one-year parts and labor warranty with one year of toll-free
 technical support. More information on the Integra can be found at
 http://www.integra4me.com .
 
     About Lan Plus
     Lan Plus has been in the PC manufacturing business since 1991. It is
 ISO 9002 certified and sells under Northgate as well as several other brand
 names.
 
     NOTE:  The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be
 the trademarks of their respective owners.
 
 

SOURCE Lan Plus
    CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/
 -- Lan Plus, a computer manufacturer that recently announced its intention to
 merge with McGlen Internet Group (OTC Bulletin Board:   MIGS), today announced
 the Integra All-in-One, a concept that merges numerous consumer technologies
 into one functional, efficient product. The Integra enables the user to watch
 TV, play DVD movies, listen to CDs, tune in to the stereo, or do computing and
 Internet browsing from a single device.
     Consumers demand technology that combines productivity and entertainment,
 and the Integra is the space-saving, all-in-one solution. Powered by a variety
 of Intel(R) processors, including the Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 processor, the
 Integra is equipped with a DVD/CD-rom drive, cable-ready television tuner and
 radio tuner with remote. The built-in LCD screen provides radiation-free
 entertainment and PC application viewing. This comprehensive new class of
 technology comes in a revolutionary, space-saving model.
     "The Integra is an ideal solution for anyone wishing to combine all their
 entertainment and computing needs in one unit. This phenomenal product
 virtually replaces the television, personal computer, DVD player and music
 CD/FM stereo. Just think about the impact this will have on dormitories and
 offices, as well as homes and lofts with limited space," said Bob Anderson,
 Director of Business Development at Lan Plus. "The system blends entertainment
 needs and computing needs in a powerful, yet simple, design."
     "Extending the power of an Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 processor-based PC with
 complete home entertainment capabilities for an emerging group of consumers is
 very exciting," said Jeff McCrea, Marketing Director, Desktop Platform
 Marketing, Intel Corporation. "We understand that innovative new uses for the
 PC have attracted new users to the technology through the years. Now, more
 than ever, is a great time to bring creative uses for extending the PC into
 everyone's lives."
     "The Integra All-in-One fully supports our vision of PCs that have the
 ability to empower users to have unique experiences, any time, any place and
 on any device," said Mike Oldham, Director of Sales for North America,
 Microsoft Corp. "With it, consumers are well-equipped with the most current
 information and technology resources based upon Microsoft technology."
     The device comes standard with a 15" LCD TFT display, 20 GB drive,
 128MB SDRAM, and AGP 3D video graphics accelerator. It is competitively priced
 and comes with a one-year parts and labor warranty with one year of toll-free
 technical support. More information on the Integra can be found at
 http://www.integra4me.com .
 
     About Lan Plus
     Lan Plus has been in the PC manufacturing business since 1991. It is
 ISO 9002 certified and sells under Northgate as well as several other brand
 names.
 
     NOTE:  The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be
 the trademarks of their respective owners.
 
 SOURCE  Lan Plus

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