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ADVANCED GRAVIS AND ELECTRONIC ARTS INTEGRATE A NEW LEVEL OF SOUND WITH SOFTWARE

ADVANCED GRAVIS AND ELECTRONIC ARTS INTEGRATE A NEW LEVEL OF SOUND WITH
 SOFTWARE
 VANCOUVER, British Columbia, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Gravis Computer Technology Ltd. (OTC BBS: GRVSF) today announced they will be introducing the award winning Chuck Yeager's Air Combat(TM) from Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: ERTS) with their new soundboard, UltraSound(TM). The Electronic Arts title will be reworked to take full advantage of the UltraSound's unique technology and will include an all- new stereo sound track and enhanced sound effects.
 This special edition version will be included with the UltraSound for a retail price of $219.95. UltraSound will retail for $199.95. This special edition will begin distribution in early Fall '92.
 "Electronic Arts looks forward to supporting the new Gravis sound card, which represents breakthrough technology for the MS DOS sound system market," said Larry Probst, president of Electronic Arts.
 Chuck Yeager's Air Combat will fully support the UltraSound board, which delivers true CD-quality sound to the PC and is compatible with Ad Lib(R) and Sound Blaster(TM) cards. UltraSound's industry standard MIDI support ensures compatibility with a wide variety of software and hardware.
 The 16-bit, 44.1 kHz, 32 digital or synthesized voice soundboard puts high-quality, low-priced sound on the desktop computer. It delivers crystal clear sound, which adds a jolt of realism to games and multi-media presentations. Gravis UltraSound has expansion options, so the user can easily upgrade to professional quality recording capabilities and direct CD-ROM connection.
 "We are excited about Electronic Arts being the first to support this new technology," said Grant Russell, president of Advanced Gravis. "We see Electronic Arts as the world leader in publishing and distributing consumer entertainment software."
 Consumers may order direct or get information on this special offer by calling 604-431-5020 or stopping by any major retail store.
 Electronic Arts is a diversified entertainment company that develops, publishes and distributes software worldwide.
 Advanced Gravis Computer Technology Ltd. designs, manufactures and markets high-quality microcomputer input devices, including the Gravis Analog, switch joysticks, GamePads and the optical MouseStick for the Macintosh and IBM PC platforms, as well as UltraSound.
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 CONTACT: Brad Craig of Advanced Gravis, 604-431-5020; or Holly Hartz of Electronic Arts, 415-513-7510
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