Introduces The 'plugCAM', The Easiest-to-Use Monitoring Camera.

SAN JOSE, CA, Aug 27, 2012:brite-View's plugCam Today brite-View™ introduces the world's easiest-to-use home monitoring solution, the "plugCAM", that allows you to monitor your home from your smartphone. Setup is as easy as 3 steps without any network setting on your computer. And the starter kit includes everything you need to set up your home monitoring system. After the initial setup, you can begin viewing the area selected for monitoring right from your smartphone, anytime, anywhere. Here are what some users are saying: "It took me less than 3 minutes to set up plugCAM. Now I can see my puppy on my iPhone from the office anytime when I miss her." "Thanks to plugCAM, I can see how my parents are doing in New York from San Francisco where I live. My sister in Los Angeles also downloaded the App* to access the same camera from time to time." "I'm a frequent business traveler. During my trip, I love to watch my kids playing without interrupting them through plugCAM." The "plugCAM" supports up to seven cameras for multiple room monitoring. Simply plug in an additional IP camera and add it to the PlugCam App (for both iOS and Android). "Rather than the expensive home surveillance system required professional installation, consumers are looking for more affordable DIY home monitoring solutions", says Robert Lo, CEO of brite-View™, "plugCAM is the first its kind using HomePlug® AV-compliant powerline communications technology making it a real Plug-and-Play. It's simpler, faster and more secure than WiFi solutions. Most important, the setup is as easy as plugging in a lamp, and takes less than three minutes, "plugCAM" customers can effortlessly monitor their pets, family and homes right on their smartphones."

brite-View's HDelight Will Wirelessly Transmit Uncompressed 1080p Digital Content from PC to TV at San Francisco's Netbook Summit.

Turn Any PC with HDMI Ports inot HTPC and Wirelessly Stream Netflix and Hulu to Any HDTV SAN JOSE, CA, May 20, 2010: brite-View's HDelight (BV-1222), a 1080p wireless PC-to-TV transmission kit, will help users finally achieve the dream of enjoying all digital content from the Internet, a computer hard drive, game machine or home network on HDTV. brite-View will display the HDelight at the WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) booth (#303) at San Francisco's Netbook Summit on May 24-25, 2010. The HDelight will officially launch in July 2010, and the price is expected to be under $200.
The first solution of its kind, the HDelight is not limited to use with specific PC or HDTV models. Provided the PC and HDTV have HDMI ports, the HDelight can air bridge the two and transmit uncompressed, 1080p high-definition content from computer to TV with no noticeable latency. brite-View is targeting later in 2010 for the release of another multi-room solution, which will be fully compatible with the WHDI standard.
Featuring AMIMON's wireless module (the technology that is the foundation of the WHDI standard), brite-View's HDelight is an affordable and flexible 1080p wireless PC-to-TV transmission kit. Users simply connect the HDelight's transmitter to their PC's HDMI port, and the receiver to the TV's HDMI jack. Consumers are then free to enjoy content from any source, not just the traditional set-top box or DVD player. The market responded well to the brite-View Air HD (BV-2500), and the new HDelight kit will build on that success.
"brite-View products are user-friendly, affordable and feature the most advanced technology, said Robert Lo, CEO of Xpike Innovation, which owns the brite-View brand. "The HDelight lets users enjoy online entertainment on the big screen. This will be a whole new experience for PC users, especially since Netflix will soon begin streaming 720p HD content.
The HDelight is ideal for three major uses:
Entertainment: Wirelessly streams Hulu, Netflix and YouTube, and has a no-latency feature that will give gamers the "rush of experiencing PC gaming on a large-screen TV. Communication: With Skype installed on the computer, HDelight brings Skype's recently launched five-way video conferencing to larger displays.
Information: Students of online education are no longer bound to the computer screen. The HDelight enables better learning experiences on a large-screen TV.
For those who cannot attend the Netbook Summit, brite-View has also released a YouTube video showing the HDelight in action, working seamlessly with the HDMI-ready PC and TV in a living room setting.