Chalk up a few more for Luminus Devices, who has just announced that three more projectors are sporting its PhlatLight technology. Acer's K10 pocket projector is home to the company's PT-39, while the PT-120 makes itself comfortable in Chi Lin Technology's next generation HD home theater beamer. Finally, the company's tech will also be within Delta Electronics' HT-8000, which is set to go down as the industry's first Full HD LED-based DLP projector. In related news, Luminus is also debuting its PT-121 chipset, which aims to make things even brighter and more colorful for future lamp-free beamers. Jump on past the break for the full release, and don't mind the bragging.

Luminus' PhlatLight LEDs Provide High Brightness to Acer's New Pocket Projector

PhlatLight LEDs Drive Next-Generation Pocket Projectors

Las Vegas, NV, Consumer Electronics Show, January 8, 2009 – Luminus Devices
today announced that it achieved brightness levels with its PhlatLight® LED PT-39
chipset to power the new Acer K10, an easy-to-carry and lightweight pocket projector.
PhlatLight LEDs offer high levels of brightness and performance not available today in
pocket projectors using traditional lamp technologies.

The PhlatLight LED PT-39 chipset is designed specifically for projection systems that
use micro-displays ranging from 0.4" to 0.55" with individual red, green and blue LEDs
and work in conjunction with Texas Instruments' digital light processing technology. The
combined technologies enable PhlatLight LEDs to work more efficiently in the Acer K10,
making the projector an ideal mobile companion for instant projection anywhere.

"PhlatLight LEDs are ideally suited for the new, compact Acer pocket projector because
they are the brightest and most reliable light source giving business road warriors and
video game enthusiasts vibrant and vivid images," said Matt Mazzuchi, General
Manager, Projection Display Business Group, Luminus Devices. "Eco-friendly PhlatLight
LEDs are far superior to traditional lamp technologies because they never need to be
replaced throughout the lifetime of the pocket projector."

"The K10 is Acer's first projector that utilizes revolutionary PhlatLight LED technology,
and emits high brightness of up to 100 ANSI Lumens for clear and detailed images," said
Victor Chien, director, Digital Display Business Unit, Acer Inc. "As part of Acer's
continued drive to offer greener and more environmentally friendly products, LED lamp
technology is free from hazardous substances such as mercury or halogen gases and
consumes less power than traditional lamps."

Luminus will be demonstrating the new Acer K10 at CES, January 8-11 in Suite #4118 at
the Las Vegas Hilton. To schedule a meeting with a Luminus spokesperson or for more
information contact Bill Keeler or Nicole Slein of Schwartz Communications at (781) 684-
0770 or luminus@schwartz-pr.com.


Luminus Powers Next-Generation HD Home Theater
Projector from Chi Lin Technology

Eco-Friendly, High-Brightness PhlatLight LEDs Power New Lamp-Free Projector

Las Vegas, NV, Consumer Electronics Show, January 8, 2009 – Luminus Devices,
Inc., today announced that Chi Lin Technology, a leading ODM/OEM manufacturer is
bringing a new home theater projector to market based on the company's PhlatLight®
LED PT-120 high-performance chipset.

The new home theater projector combines PhlatLight LEDs and Texas Instruments'
digital light processing (DLP®) technology to offer an expanded color gamut, incredible
color and brightness stability and best-in-class reliability for home theater customers.
The PhlatLight LED PT-120 chipset is designed specifically for home theater projectors
and contains a red, green and blue LED and offers instant start up without the warm-up
and cool-down period required by today's conventional mercury lamp technologies. The
new projector is built with an environmentally responsible design and the light source is
expected to never need replacement.

"The home theater projector from Chi Lin offers consumers a wonderful viewing
experience as the brightness, color gamut and overall reliability is unmatched," said Matt
Mazzuchi, General Manager, Projection Display Business Group, Luminus Devices.
"The new LED projector is a culmination of dedicated work by Chi Lin designers, utilizing
next-generation technologies such as PhlatLight LEDs in combination with DLP in an
environmentally conscious design that made this best-in-class projector a reality."

"Luminus continues to set even higher standards for brightness and color performance in
LEDs and our new DLP home theater projector gives consumers a home theater viewing
experience that no one else offers," said Alex Wang, Senior Product Manager, Chi Lin
Technology. "There are many components built into a home theater projector that
improve performance and reliability for consumers, but none more important than
PhlatLight LEDs."

Luminus will be demonstrating the new Chi Lin home theater projector at CES, January
8-11, in their Suite #4118 inside the Las Vegas Hilton. To schedule a meeting with a
Luminus spokesperson at CES, or for more information contact Bill Keeler or Nicole
Slein of Schwartz Communications at (781) 684-0770 or luminus@schwartz-pr.com.


Luminus' PhlatLight LEDs Showcased in Delta Electronics' Next-
Generation HD Home Theater Projector

Eco-Friendly, High-Brightness PhlatLight LEDs Power New Lamp-Free Projector

Las Vegas, NV, Consumer Electronics Show, January 8, 2009 – Luminus Devices,
Inc., today announced its PhlatLight® LED chipset, the PT-120, is the solid state light
source inside the Delta Electronics, Inc., HT-8000 -- the industry's first full HD LED-
based digital light processing (DLP®) projector for the consumer market. The new
projectors will be available in Q1 2009.

The new projector combines Luminus' PhlatLight LEDs, Delta's advanced optical engine
technology, and Texas Instruments' advanced DLP capability. In addition to having the
highest levels of brightness, unmatched color and reliability, the combination of
technologies in the HT-8000 provides one of Delta's customers Vivitek USA with a full
HD home theater projector H6080FD that simply has to be seen to be believed.

"This new brightness breakthrough allows us to create lamp-free projectors delivering
dramatically improved picture quality and superior reliability," said Jeff Fu, Director for
Projection Display at Delta's Display Solutions Business Unit. "With this product, we
believe the era of the HD LED home theater projector has arrived. PhlatLight LEDs will
continue to be a key component of our DLP product line."

Designed to be eco-friendly, PhlatLight LEDs are mercury-free and throughout the
lifetime of a projector should never need replacement. The solid-state light source used
in the HT-8000 is the PhlatLight LED PT-120 chipset, comprised of a red, green and
blue LED, delivering high brightness, superior color and long-term performance and
reliability.

"Cooperation between Luminus, Delta and Texas Instruments has delivered the most
stable and reliable performance for Delta's HT-8000, with an image so bright it has never
been experienced in the past," said Matt Mazzuchi, General Manager, Projection Display
Business Group, Luminus Devices. "Today, traditional lamp technologies are becoming
obsolete and PhlatLight LEDs are synonymous with the innovative, next-generation
technologies driving the rapid growth of the projector industry."

The HT-8000 home theater projector will be on display at CES, January 8-11, in both
Luminus' and Delta's suites at the Las Vegas Hilton. Luminus will be in Suite #4118 and
Delta Electronics' Suite #1365. To schedule a meeting with a Luminus spokesperson at
CES, or for more information contact Bill Keeler or Nicole Slein of Schwartz
Communications at (781) 684-0770 or luminus@schwartz-pr.com.







Luminus Expands PhlatLight LEDs with Launch of PT-121 Chipset

PT-121 Offers High Brightness Levels in Next-Generation, Lamp-Free,
Environmentally-Friendly Data Projectors

Las Vegas, NV, Consumer Electronics Show―January 8, 2009―Luminus Devices,
Inc., today announced the introduction of the PhlatLight® LED PT-121 chipset, designed
specifically for next-generation, lamp-free data projectors. The PT-121 delivers high
brightness levels, enhanced color and long-term performance and reliability for data
projectors.

The PT-121 chipset is enhanced when used in conjunction with Texas Instruments'
digital light processing technology (DLP®). Each PT-121 chipset is comprised of a red,
green and blue LED, and is best-suited for data projectors using micro-displays ranging
from 0.65"- 1". Like other PhlatLight LED products, the PT-121 offers instant start up with
no warm up and cool down period required by today's conventional mercury lamp
technologies. The PT-121 also includes a wide color gamut that exceeds NTSC
standards and surpasses 60,000 hours of lifetime, eliminating the need to replace the
projector light source.

"Texas Instruments and Luminus have a long-standing collaborative relationship that
fosters innovation," said Lars Yoder, vice president, DLP® Front Projection Products at
Texas Instruments. "The integration of our individual expertise in DLP chip technology
and PhlatLight LEDs results in expanding the global market with unmatched levels of
picture quality and product reliability of DLP projectors."

"The PT-121 is built for next-generation, lamp-free data projectors providing a high
brightness, mercury-free technology, not available in traditional lamp technologies," said
Udi Meirav, President and CEO, Luminus Devices. "The PhlatLight LED PT-121 chipset
is part of a broader family of industry-leading 'green' technologies from Luminus Devices
that enables original equipment manufacturers to deliver extremely high levels of
brightness and clarity with virtually zero lamp replacement over the lifetime of the
projector."

When combined, the red, green and blue chips produce more than 2,000 white lumens
at 8,000 color temperature in time sequential pulsed mode. There is also 100 percent
uniform surface emission for high collection efficiency and low optical losses. In addition,
the monolithic emission area per color allow for single-lens collection and simplified
optics.

About Luminus Devices
Luminus Devices, Inc. develops and manufactures high performance solid state light
sources – PhlatLight® LEDs - for a variety of lighting applications. Its headquarters and
primary manufacturing facilities are located in Billerica, Massachusetts, U.S.A. For more
information, visit www.luminus.com
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