Sharut Integrates Furniture, CE Products To Boost Sales

Staff On Jan 26 2004 - 8:00am




Sharut Furniture introduced at CES here what it calls a new concept of furniture and consumer electronics integration.

The new product line, Furniture in Motion, demonstrates the complete home cinema concept by offering entertainment units with a motorized panel on which a plasma television is mounted. Each TV screen has the ability to move 80 inches in the visual eye. So, a television 13 inches above the ground when a user is sitting straight has the ability to move 45 inches upward when the user is reclining back.

The plasma monitor slides up and down along the wall unit with a touch of a button, without the hassle of having multiple remotes, since one universal remote is offered for all of a user's entertainment needs.

The Plasma in Motion line segment is available in a broad range of dimensions, colors and finishes. A wide range of product styles is available for every space requirement, ranging from corner units to freestanding suspension units.

Plasma in Motion offers the alternative of having a plasma TV and all other electronics needed, such as DVD player, surround sound and game boxes, be set up in a functional, yet stylish and unique manner, said the company.

Suggested retail for the furniture from the Passaic, N.J.-based company is $5,995.

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