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March 9th, 2004

Eikos and Ethertouch Announce an Agreement

Abstract:
Eikos Inc., a developer and manufacturer of carbon nanotube inks for highly transparent conductive coatings and circuits, today announced a collaboration with Ethertouch, a developer of innovative pointing and input devices, for next generation cell phone displays. As part of the collaboration, Eikos will develop and demonstrate the application of a transparent conductive coating to cell phone lenses. This coating enables Ethertouch's innovative new technology, which will complement or replace pushbuttons, scrolling wheels or provide an entirely 'touch less touch screen' display. The technology could be used in cell phones in as little as two years.

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