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April 19, 2010

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EventDV-TV Presents: The NAB Show with Shawn Lam
Safe Harbor Announces Tsunami Workstations in Conjunction with PNY Quadro FX and Adobe CS5
Apple Postpones International Launch of iPad by One Month

EventDV-TV Presents: The NAB Show with Shawn Lam

Part One of The NAB Show With Shawn Lam features exclusive interviews with proDAD, Adobe, NVIDIA, Matrox, Blackmagic Design, and the organizers of the much-anticipated All-In film charity poker event.

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In Part Two of the NAB Show With Shawn Lam, Shawn catches up with video switcher/mixer manufacturers Edirol, Datavideo, and NewTek; converter suppliers Atlona and AJA; intercom systems provider Clear-Com; and EventDV 25 all-star event filmmaker at the world premiere of his game-changing film, City of Lakes

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Part Three of the NAB Show With Shawn Lam brings Shawn face to face with camera manufacturer mainstays Panasonic, Canon, and Sony, plus tripod-and-fluidhead headliners Manfrotto and Vinten. (Watch for a cameo by WEVA Diva Brooke Rudnick in the Sony segment!)

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The NAB Show With Shawn Lam is Sponsored by proDAD

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Safe Harbor Announces Tsunami Workstations in Conjunction with PNY Quadro FX and Adobe CS5

Safe Harbor Computers, a leading supplier to video professionals, today announced the release of a new workstation solution engineered to take full advantage of the Adobe Mercury Playback Engine with PNY graphics and 64-bit processing. Each system is custom configured with the memory, storage, capture card, PNY display card and Adobe software to meet and exceed editing needs.

The Mercury Playback Engine at the heart of Adobe® Creative Suite® 5 Production Premium is NVIDIA GPU-accelerated, 64-bit native, architected for the future -- enabling users to work more fluidly on projects in SD, HD, 2K, 4K, and beyond. Open complex projects faster, add effects, and work on multiple high-resolution layers in real-time with no rendering.

NVIDIA Quadro FX 3800, 4800 and 5800 graphics cards by PNY are the driving force of the Mercury Playback Engine, with GPU-accelerated effects taking the load off the system processors to deliver a feature-rich editing experience like never before.

Safe Harbor's Ready-To-Edit Tsunami Workstations are extremely high-quality, highly reliable systems backed by renowned customer service. All components are brand-name, non-OEM products and carry full manufacturer warranties - proprietary drivers or technology are never used. System boards are certified compatible by capture card manufacturers. Each system must pass rigorous testing procedures and a full burn-in period before it is shipped.

Availability
Tsunami workstations are available immediately from Safe Harbor online at http://www.sharbor.com/build-yours/cs5/ or by phone at (800) 544-6599. Request a quote today in preparation for the Adobe CS5 ship date.

About Safe Harbor
Celebrating 22 years of business, Safe Harbor has become one of the most trusted resellers in the multimedia industry. Founded in 1987 as a Commodore Amiga reseller, Safe Harbor helped to advance the video production industry by providing quality products and outstanding customer service to a wide range of creative artists. With a clean, intuitive, and easy to navigate website, Safe Harbor has built a reliable reputation as an industry leader. Look to Safe Harbor for quality editing and animation software and hardware, as well as for a professional and personable experience. For more information visit www.sharbor.com.

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Apple Postpones International Launch of iPad by One Month

As Apple released the following statement today, disappointment looms heavy for international fans of Apple's iPadTM as Apple tells the world that we will have to wait for the global release of the highly anticipated, eagerly awaited iPadTM.

"Although we have delivered more than 500,000 iPads during its first week, demand is far higher than we predicted and will likely continue to exceed our supply over the next several weeks as more people see and touch an iPad. We have also taken a large number of pre-orders for iPad 3G models for delivery by the end of April."

"Faced with this surprisingly strong US demand, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the international launch of iPad by one month, until the end of May. We will announce international pricing and begin taking online pre-orders on Monday, May 10. We know that many international customers waiting to buy an iPad will be disappointed by this news, but we hope they will be pleased to learn the reason-the iPad is a runaway success in the US thus far."

www.apple.com

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