Friday, 13 Jan, 2012 Technology
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in2technologies Unveils Unity Home Theater System at CES 2012

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Because the home theatre in a box is a rather simple construction, it turned out to be a popular addition to the TV cabinet in a lot of homes.

Having the goal of simplifying even more, in2technologies, a firm from California, decided to develop the Unity Home Theatre System and presented it at this year's CES.

The device combines HTIB and a TV stand. Thanks to just one HDMI 1.4a cable the user gets rid of numerous cables that usually snack their way from the back of the television set.

The Unity Home Theater System is going to be marketed under the company's Engage brand. It includes a pedestal design called by the company the "tShape".

The unit features a built-in Blu-ray/DVD player, amplifier that offers 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound, dual 10-inch subwoofers, built-n center, left and right channel speakers, and a 5.25-inch down-firing speaker.

The firm's stand was made to support flat screen television sets of up to 60-inches in size. It also features iPhone/iPod and Ethernet connections.

In the near future in2technologies looks forward to adding interoperability with IP devices, wireless connectivity and access to Over The Top (OTT) services like Netflix and Hulu. The price for the Unity Home Theater System will be $999 with the device being launch in the mid-2012.

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