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  • lurkin2 lurkin2 Jul 9, 1998 3:07 PM Flag

    Dude from Elmira

    Dauphin Technology Passes FCC Class A Testing for
    New Hand-Held Computer

    Product Shipment to
    Start in Mid-July

    PALATINE, Ill., June 25
    /PRNewswire/ -- Dauphin Technology, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:
    DNTK - news), a technology holding
    specializing in the manufacture, design and marketing of
    hand-held computers and electronic contract manufacturing,
    today announced it has passed
    Class A testing
    standards for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
    for its pioneering hand-held computer, Orasis. The
    anticipates product shipment to start in mid-July.

    ``Now that Orasis has met FCC Class A requirements,
    which we fully expected, we are clear to accelerate
    full production of units,'' said Andrew
    Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. ``We anticipate that
    this innovative product, the most powerful hand-held,
    pen-based computer
    available, will now begin to
    contribute to our revenue base.''

    Working units have
    been demonstrated to potential clients in various
    markets since its introduction last fall. Passing FCC
    Class A testing will now
    allow the Company to accept
    product purchase orders. The Orasis is a full-function
    hand-held, pen-based computer, the first to incorporate
    upgradable processor reaching speeds up to 233 Mhz, using
    Intel's Pentium MMX processor, and designed for a variety
    of users in the medical,
    transportation, law enforcement, government, and financial
    industries. The versatile, lightweight computer can also
    integrate various
    accessories, including floppy drive,
    CD-ROM, GPS for global positioning, wireless radio, video
    conferencing, extended battery pack, and other
    through an expansion bus. The Company plans to sell
    Orasis to commercial buyers through software integrators
    and value-added resellers. The
    Company's sales
    force extends from coast to coast, representing many
    industries. In addition, all departments of the Company have
    been staffed to
    support anticipated product demand.

    A Dauphin subsidiary, R.M. Schultz & Associates,
    Inc. (RMS), a contract engineering and manufacturing
    services firm, is capable of assembling
    quantities of various electronic products, and will be
    utilized for the manufacture of Orasis. RMS is expected to
    significantly strengthen Dauphin's
    ability to manufacture
    and deliver the new Orasis.

    Mr. Kandalepas
    added, ``We are focused now on the roll out and full
    production of Orasis. We believe that with the power and
    upgradability of Orasis,
    we have the potential to expand the
    customer base to companies that are already using notebook
    computers in their businesses. We expect that in
    we will have higher revenues through the
    implementation of our Orasis sales and marketing strategy, as
    well as ongoing additional contributions

    Dauphin Technology is a diversified
    holding company with a subsidiary in several
    computer-related fields, including distribution,
    manufacturing and engineering. Dauphin common stock is listed
    on the over- the-counter bulletin board under the
    symbol DNTK.

    Certain matters discussed in this
    news release are forward-looking statements involving
    certain risks and uncertainties including, without
    changes in product demand, the availability of products,
    change in competition, economic conditions, various
    inventory risks due to changes in market
    conditions and
    other risks detailed in the Company's Securities and
    Exchange Commission filings and reports.

    Dauphin Technology, Inc.

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