i never invest with borrowed money, and i am a potential buyer in xyber, but will not gamble my money at the market cap today,,,, i am willing to gamble, but not willing to stick my head in the sand and say the auditors don't know what they are looking at...if i do throw some money at xyber it will be when and if the prospect of xyber succeding is much different than today...the odds are very heavily weighted against future gain however if i was in at 5 or 7 as many of you are i would have a different perspectve, i would be elated at todays prices, i would be screaming how great the products and future of the company are and i would be ready to sell at a moments notice if the run of profit taking starts....we on the outside aren't fools, and i personaly don't think you on the inside are either...but we all know technologies and investors change radicaly and very very fast.....good luck
I was just reading up on this amazing display. Its projected weight is a whopping 1.5 POUNDS. That is heavy on a neck, and that is just the display, not earphones and microphone. 1.5 lbs is a non-trivial amount of weight
this is from Microvision's Site
Microvision is offering limited beta evaluation partnership opportunities with key industrial, medical and aerospace partners. Microvision will supply prototype evaluation units for use in the applications. Microvision engineering support will be available for partner feedback and design considerations. In addition, beta partners will be granted the exclusive option to place early orders for year 2000 delivery. Microvision is anticipating a general market offering in 2001.
<< Its projected weight is a whopping 1.5 POUNDS. That is heavy on a neck, and that is just the display, not earphones and microphone. 1.5 lbs is a non-trivial amount of weight >>
Imagine the first 'personal computers': heavy, clumsy, 16kb of RAM (wow!), expensive (about 10000 US$). Can you imagine a market for such a beast? Never. Hmmm, but wait....
<< Microvision is anticipating a general market offering in 2001.
I don't mind if MVIS stock I'm holding explodes this year or a year later. The important thing is that it will.
The other important thing is that XYBR stock has stabilized so that financing current
operations can be done and company is no longer at risk. One year more or less doesn't matter. Public awareness of wearable computing is growing rapidly. So will the market.
The market which is still in its infancy will awake. If not in 2000 then next year or in two years. Does this really matter? The important point is that XYBR as first mover holds the key to the door for this $$$market$$$.