UniPixel (UNXL +6.7%) rallies after announcing it's showing off 10.1" and 13.3" UniBoss touch...


UniPixel (UNXL +6.7%) rallies after announcing it's showing off 10.1" and 13.3" UniBoss touch sensor prototypes at this week's Computex trade show. The company says the prototypes are the same ones it recently showed off at Cowen and Craig-Hallum conferences, and don't "show any extraneous effects when viewing the display." Shares remain well below where they traded before SA contributor Seth Shaw posted pictures of UniBoss demo units with visible lines in a Friday column.

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  • RTN
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    Bear raid and misleading SA short seller article last Friday..

     

    Will bounce hard
    4 Jun 2013, 12:34 PM Reply Like
  • Peter Whear
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    This news piece doesn't say that these UniBoss prototypes are on a customer product.

     

    So - are they good enough to ship?
    4 Jun 2013, 01:33 PM Reply Like
  • goodybob
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    They should be more than good enough to ship. Research.

     

    This news below just came out this AM, & also see all others news on Reuters & 3 others. Don't believe the shorts/bashers.

     

    http://bit.ly/11V6gw4
    4 Jun 2013, 02:06 PM Reply Like
  • Peter Whear
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    Thanks for the SEC link.

     

    So ...... these screens are not on customer prototype products.

     

    Why not?
    - Not representative of current production?
    - The "customers" haven't yet committed to UniBoss for a product?

     

    More smoke & mirrors?
    4 Jun 2013, 02:18 PM Reply Like
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