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V INC. ANNOUNCES BRAVO DVD PLAYER UPDATES AND SET TOP LINE INTRODUCTIONS

Bravo D2 Updates Line's Award-winning MPEG-4 SCALING DVI DVD Player
Bravo D3 HD DVD Player Integrates high definition WMV9 and HighMAT Formatting
Bravo HD1 ATSC Set Top Receiver Scales SD and HD Content to 480p, 1080i or 720p

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA. and LAS VEGAS, NV (CES) -- January 6, 2004 -- V Inc., the multiple award-winning digital display maker, marks its first anniversary with two new Bravo DVD media players and a HDTV receiver.

Bravo media players add industry-firsts and performance with the addition of the Bravo D2, Bravo D3 and Bravo HD1. The reviewer's choice and award-winning Bravo D1 gets an update in the Bravo D2. The 480p/1080i/720p/custom scaling MPEG-4 DVD/media player adds control of brightness and contrast on DVI, enhanced DVD-ROM drive, improved analog video output and a new remote control. Available in the V Inc. titanium finish, the Bravo D2 will be shipping in February with a suggested retail price of $249.99.

The Bravo D3 allows the brand to continue with a first-ever badge in offering a HD DVD player with enhanced REALmagic HD deinterlacing and integrated Windows Media Player 9 HD decoding with HighMAT formatted playback. The Bravo D3 will be shipping in Q'2 with a suggested retail price of $349.99. (For more information regarding the Bravo D3, see release on separate cover.)

To provide more affordable HDTV systems to consumers, V Inc. is also offering the Bravo HD1 ATSC/NTSC receiver. It will output over-the-air high definition signals in resolutions of 480p, 1080i and 720p and standard definition NTSC signals at 480i. Video outputs include component video, S-video and composite formats. Audio can be output in 2-channel analog on RCA or digital bitstream on S/PDIF coaxial digital. Inputs include RF UHF/VHF antenna, composite video and 2-channel audio. Available in the V Inc. titanium finish, the Bravo HD1 will be shipping in February with a suggested retail price of $349.99.

About V Inc.
V Inc., "Where Vision Meets Value," headquartered in Fountain Valley, California, is a leading edge digital technology company. Within months after its launch, the brand won numerous product awards from leading print and online publications. Founded by William Wang, a leader in the computer display industry, V Inc. is bringing vision to the consumer electronics market through practical innovation. V Inc. products offer customers the most advanced technologies at the most affordable value. Products now include the Vizio and Velite lines of plasma, LCD and DLP EDTV/HDTV displays, along with Bravo DVD and HDTV set top solutions. For more information, please call 714-962-4848 or visit them on the web at www.vinc.com.

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