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June 19th, 2004

CopyTele Enters Into Arrangement For Nanotube Based Displays

Abstract:
CopyTele, Inc. announced that it has entered into an arrangement for a U.S. company to supply to CopyTele prototypes of a proprietary array of low voltage controllable nanotubes for electron emission. CopyTele will utilize the nanotube system in a version of our high brightness video color flat panel display; as recently announced, we and an Asian company are jointly producing prototypes of these displays using our proprietary thin film technology (TFT) color matrix pixel structure.

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