Pathetic revenues. Volume on the 10" toshiba must have been in the 10s.
I wish they would hold off on the "wins" PRs until they are of the 5-10x variety.
I'm ready. $2.2 million. Analysts are low balling.
Where can I easily find your loss #? I know you are adding in all sorts of non-cash sht. I hope I don't have to do any calculations to arrive at the loss #? Your math is always accurate.
What about warrant $$$?
The 1st quarter will begin to show win revenue from Toshiba.
2nd quarter will show additional revenue from Elo and Verizon wins.
The other 10 wins are scheduled for 4th quarter volume.
I believe you were one of those who said HP and Dell types wouldnt deal with Unipixel due to uncertain cash position. Considering they keep awarding wins to Unipixel, unxl viability must be certain or those Tier 1s are willing to assist.
I only hope for a dip to buy more shares. I am certain a year from now this is a high single maybe double digit stock. Im still buying, but I dont mind a sale.
I hope a low rev # brings the price down some. It hurts to buy at 2.50 after buying under .5, but I guess I'll be saying the same about 2.50 when it is at 6.
If the old Unipixel burned any bridges it would have been with Dell. Now six Dell wins with volume shipping in 2016? That is impressive. DG going to get some of that gorilla glass $$$. The stock may have been a long shot last year, but looking more like a sure thing. I know you know this.
I like that DG plays an important role. Come on - you thought that had zero value
Definitely. Just as Dell was showing off the rugged tablet at CES, HP had this new one on display. WSJ article goes on to say how DELL will not be far behind with their own 13 inch. Unipixel may get a twofer. HP's could be the first DiamondTouch model.
HP’s forthcoming laptop is expected to be even thinner. It is slated to be unveiled at an event Tuesday in Versailles, France, organized by the New York Times.
"We've also responded to RFQs from a third tier-1 PC maker for 11.6- inch and 13.3-inch notebook PCs further broadening our customer outreach."
We know Dell and HP are the first two. Who is this mysterious PC manufacturer? I'll take ASUS
After advancing both silver and copper metal mesh technologies, Kodak has decided to focus on copper. “Based on feedback from industry participants, it’s clear our fully additive copper metal mesh is the winning approach"....
This sounds significant. An industry prospective from a week ago.
Thats fine, but in % terms I start at a disadvantage considering the rev # will be lower than cost #. Either Way, if I underestimate by a large % - I'll live.