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Gigastone to Introduce Media Streamer Plus at CES 2014

Two-Way Transfer Streams Content on Either USB Drive or SD Card to/from Tablet or Smartphone Without Internet Connection; Includes Ethernet Port and Mobile Power Charger Capability

IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/03/14 -- Gigastone Corporation, a leading Taiwan-based technology manufacturer that is making its North American debut at 2014 International CES, will introduce the latest model to its patented Media Streamer line at the show. As with other models in the line, the new Media Streamer Plus streams content stored on either a USB drive or SD card to a tablet or smartphone without using an Internet connection. The new model steps up with the addition of an Ethernet port as well as acting as a powerful mobile power charger with its Samsung Lithium-Ion 5200mAh battery. The Media Streamer Plus will be on display in the Gigastone room at CES, LVH Hospitality Suite 17-121.

"Our new Media Streamer Plus provides Apple or Android tablet or smartphone users with four solutions in one product," stated Sherry Chapman, senior director of marketing at Gigastone. "This revolutionary mobile accessory expands storage, allows content sharing, charges mobile devices, and backs up content. Additionally, it has an Ethernet port for network connectivity and a large 5200mAh Samsung Lithium-Ion battery that provides up to 16 hours of WiFi operation. All of that and it's still compact and portable enough to fit in the palm of a hand," added Chapman.

Up to six devices can connect via WiFi to the Media Streamer Plus at the same time and stream different content. For users that need a constant link to the Internet, it features an Internet Bridge that allows connection to the Internet while streaming from the device. It supports iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android smartphones and tablets, and Windows smartphones and tablets.

Gigastone offers exciting, innovative products and solutions for the mobile world. Its products are the perfect accessory for the smartphone or tablet user as well as for mobile charging applications, and for content back up and streaming. The company's extensive background in research and development -- an invaluable asset when introducing new products -- has earned Gigastone a number of technology patents.

The new Media Streamer Plus will be available at retailers Q1 2014 with an MSRP of $69.99.

For more information regarding Gigastone products, visit www.gigastone.com.

About Gigastone Corporation
Founded in 2010, Gigastone is one of the fastest growing consumer electronics manufacturers and product development companies with more than 10 offices worldwide. Gigastone is a publicly listed company in the emerging stock market section of the Taiwan Stock Exchange and shipped more than 100-million products in 2012. A cornerstone of Gigastone's business philosophy is investing in research and development for new products and technologies. The company holds 16 patents in a variety of mobile and networking categories including power banks, wireless storage, Ethernet routers and 3G routers, as well as owns flash controller technology. For more information please visit: www.gigastone.com.

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© 2014 Gigastone. All rights reserved.

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