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Harris & Harris Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: TINY), an early-stage, active investor in transformative nanotechnology companies, notes that Cambrios Technologies Corporation and the Chemical & Electronic Material division of LG Electronics ("LG"), announced the first ClearOhm™ material-based 23" touch panel. The touch panel made by LG is used in the LG V325, a new Windows 8-certified All-in-One PC and LG-branded monitors that will go on sale starting this month.
LG uses ClearOhm Ink provided by Cambrios to create a coating film that is converted into touch sensor modules. ClearOhm material is ideal for large size projected capacitive touch panels for All-in-One computers such as the LG V325, as well as tablets, laptops and Ultrabooks. With ClearOhm material, LG's touch panels are lighter, thinner, stronger and more cost effective than traditional glass-based sensors. The press release can be accessed at www.cambrios.com/news/releases/cambrios-and-lg-electronics-announce-worlds-first-23%E2%80%9D-touch-panels-using-clearohmtm-material/.
Harris & Harris Group is an investor in privately held Cambrios Technologies Corporation.
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