Hush™ Technologies shows at CeBIT 2008 the ultimate experience in High-End
an audio visual experience that will genuinely touch your emotions
The company presents its unrivalled and innovative range of High-End electronic Entertainment products. At a truly special exhibition in the digital living @ future building - hall 21 at stand A40, Hush Technologies shows how its products and applications satisfy the needs of three different lifestyles creating new standards of entertainment functionality blended with extreme ease of use and sumptuous, elegant designs.
Topping the show is a world-first; the fanless Hush Technologies Home Media Server with the new Intel Core 2 Quad 45 nm technology. Linked up to one of the finest surround-sound systems, we show just how good home-cinema can be from the finest, ultra compact, silent, extreme fast Solid State Drives. Pictures so perfect and a sound that sets new standards.
We will showcase also the first fanless Home Server HS1. With a power consumption of only 28 Watts it is possibly the most energy efficient Home Server worldwide - ever. Through its centralised data management, everybody can access their data in the blink of an eye, and automatic Backups on mirrored discs let you and your family rest easy that valuable files can never get lost. The silent operating HS Serial is almost maintenance-free and the Hush Home Server is ready to take its place as the central node in the family network.
Last but not least the brand-new Hush HDR Audio, which will be shown for the first time publicly as prototype. Experience the ultimate sonic performance with one of the best digital audio systems of the world - valued at over 70.000 €. Listen and it will touch your most inner-senses for an unforgettable experience.
Please visit us - everybody will receive a warm welcome when they visit Hush Technologies in Hall 21 at Stand A40!
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