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April 21st, 2004

Kopin's CyberLite LED Wins "Product of the Year'' Award

Abstract:
Kopin Corp. today announced that its CyberLite(TM) light-emitting diode was chosen as Product of the Year by the editorial staff of Electronic Products Magazine. Kopin's CyberLite achieved very high power efficiency, electrostatic robustness and miniaturization in a single blue LED. These unique nanosemiconductor LEDs, fabricated from Gallium Nitride grown on sapphire substrates, are as bright as those commercially available yet smaller than a grain of sand and consume much lower voltage, making them ideal for mobile, wireless and portable-lighting devices.

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