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Lan Plus Announces Worldwide Launch of First AMD Athlon Processor-Based Integra All-in-One; Industry Shows Support in Launching New PC and Entertainment Device.

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CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 16, 2001

Lan Plus, a computer manufacturer that recently announced its intention to merge with Mcglen Internet Group (OTC BB:MIGS), today announced the worldwide launch of the AMD Athlon(TM) processor-based Integra All-in-One, a concept that merges numerous consumer technologies into one functional, efficient product.

The award winning Integra enables users to watch TV, play DVD movies, listen to CDs, tune in to the stereo, or do computing and Internet browsing from a single device.

Consumers demand technology that combines productivity and entertainment, and the Integra is the space-saving, all-in-one solution. Now available with a powerful AMD Athlon processor, the Integra is equipped with a DVD/CD-rom drive, cable-ready television tuner and radio tuner with remote. The built-in LCD screen provides radiation-free entertainment and PC application viewing. This comprehensive new class of technology comes in a revolutionary, space-saving model and is Windows XP Ready. In addition, a free Windows XP Upgrade coupon is included with this launch model.

"Windows XP is a breakthrough release that delivers incredible computing experiences for both work and home," said John Frederiksen, general manager for the Windows Platforms Group at Microsoft Corp. "Microsoft is pleased to support AMD and Lan Plus in providing their customers with the tools needed to take advantage of an exciting array of new experiences that are now available to them."

"We are very pleased with the industry support surrounding this product. The AMD Athlon processor truly enhances the many applications of which the Integra is capable. The Integra is an ideal solution for anyone wishing to combine all their entertainment and computing needs in one unit. This phenomenal product virtually replaces the television, personal computer, DVD player and music CD/FM stereo. Just think about the impact this will have on dormitories and offices, as well as homes and lofts with limited space," said Bob Anderson, Director of Business Development at Lan Plus. "The system blends entertainment needs and computing needs in a powerful, yet simple, space saving design."

In addition, the Integra's built-in LCD display allows for more than a 50% electricity usage savings versus PCs with a CRT display.

"The 1.4GHz AMD Athlon(TM) processor-based PC combines the unparalleled performance of the AMD Athlon processor with a multitude of features to deliver an enriching entertainment and computing experience demanded by consumers," said Mark Bode, division marketing manager of Desktop Computing for AMD's Computation Products Group.

The Integra features a built-in 15-inch LCD TFT display, 40 GB hard drive, 256MB SDRAM, as well as many other surprising features and add-ons. It is competitively priced and comes with a one-year parts and labor warranty and one year of toll-free technical support. More information can be found at

About Lan Plus Corp.

Lan Plus manufactures computers and turnkey computer offerings through high profile business partners in the retail, catalog, telemarketing, as well as other industries. Lan Plus markets its products under the Northgate, Protek, e-Pcdirect and Netway brands as well as through private label programs with systems integrators and resellers. Visit the Lan Plus Web site at

About Mcglen Internet Group

Mcglen Internet Group is focused on providing specialty technology, components and memory products through its business-to-business (B2B) storefront exchanges. Mcglen provides unlimited global access to "difficult to source" technology-oriented products and services.

Mcglen operates three storefronts at the following Internet addresses:, a site targeted at IT and IS professionals;, a site targeted at resellers, integrators and small office customers; and, a site targeted at mobile professionals.

Safe Harbor

The statements in this news release that relate to future results, market penetration, projected revenue growth and profitability trends, are forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements involve certain risks and uncertainties associated with demand for the company's products and services, development of markets for the company's products and services as well as other risks identified in the company's SEC filings. Actual results, events and performance could differ materially. Readers are therefore cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this news release. Mcglen Internet Group undertakes no obligation to release publicly the result of any revisions to these forward-looking statements that may be made to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.

This material is not a substitute for the proxy statement Mcglen filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Investors are urged to read that document because it contains important information. The proxy statement and other documents filed by Mcglen are available free of charge at the SEC's Web site ( and from Mcglen.
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