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mycomputerknows 79 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 29, 2016 3:42 PM Member since: Jan 11, 2000
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  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 29, 2016 3:42 PM Flag

    I agree, and as I posted a few weeks ago, this brings up a whole new computer category - the 'pet smart device' - which I'd guess will prove VERY popular. Right now people live with their cell phones - but add in some pet features, eyes - moving head - and it will be a hit. Robohon is the extreme case - but I think even the Agent will have the draw of personality. Of course the bird brains on Wall Street have yet to catch on to this trend.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 29, 2016 12:22 PM Flag

    I'm hoping that the pico-p Echo with MVIS inside is one of the new OEMs that AT mentioned. Right now if you want to know your schedule, Echo has to read it back to you starting at the top and going all the way to the end. There are all kinds of situations where a picture is worth 1,000 words. Sharing photos - live video chats - checking Facebook - all that sort of stuff can be done from the tabletop.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    If Robohon takes off..........

    by sweetinnj714 Apr 27, 2016 9:52 AM
    mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 27, 2016 6:18 PM Flag

    If Robohon takes off..... Mr. Market gonna have to eat a big heapin' plate of CROW!

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows by mycomputerknows Apr 27, 2016 5:10 PM Flag

    So today's move is excellent - but I'm hoping that $2 is not the new $3.25. The market is highly illogical, since it happily priced MVIS at $3.25 for months as if that was the true base. That price barely reflected all the developments that SONY produced - but now this new $2 price is just an oversold slight against the coming potential of Pico-P everywhere. MVIS was oversold at $3.25 and it's even more oversold now, imho. The IP and Patents are all dismissed as worthless - the coming move to AR and interactivity is ignored - the sales success of the Sony Celluon engine and the MPCL1 is dismissed as nothing. I guess Mr. Market just don't like MVIS much - but then we know Mr. Market doesn't really even know beans about what the potential for Pico-P is. So we'll wait until that day arrives - as more and more jewels are put into the crown of the MVIS Pico-P revolution.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 27, 2016 5:04 PM Flag

    I'm rootin for the Amazon Echo - and other favorites would be the very popular use of pico-p in video cameras - which are made by half a dozen OEMs. Along with that I'd include tablets and laptops - which also would be a huge market. All of those would be mass markets.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 27, 2016 10:28 AM Flag

    This production issue brings up a question I have. WHO is it that does the production? It's sure as heck not MVIS. Does anyone know which foundry or factory assembles the engines? Asia Optical - or someone like them? It would be great to learn more about who is running these ramps and what kind of issues there are in assembly - since the majority of the gripes about MVIS have to do with the production. WHO is it? Anyhone know?

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Fast Call

    by stillinshock Apr 27, 2016 9:14 AM
    mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 27, 2016 10:25 AM Flag

    Would you rather it was all 'in house' MVIS production? I remember the day I learned that Sony was taking over I thanked my lucky stars - the world premier electronics company taking little old MVIS under it's wing - that was a happy day for the MVIS long. And as demonstrated by Sharp and Robohon, since it's a non-exclusive contract that doesn't mean Sony is the only player - just the best, for now.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 27, 2016 10:10 AM Flag

    I think all the nit-picking over the accounting details is short sighted. The big news that needs to go into the equation is that there will be new 1st tier OEMs that are not Sony and not Sharp! I'm hoping the companion device will be the Amazon Echo 2 or something similar from another new OEM. I thought it was a great CC and that AT definitely was in charge and confident. Now the Market just has to realize it's time to stop discounting MVIS as an long time loser and begin to acknowledge that reality of the future. Things have turned around the future is VERY bright.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Sometimes it seems from the disappointing figures of the last CC that the MPCL1 and Celluon are only selling on Amazon in America. I think the biggest unknown for the success of MVIS is what are the figures for Asia??? As I understand it, Asians are very very keen on electronic gadgets. There are 40 million people living in Tokyo alone. Can't SONY put up an ad on TV there? Frankly it seems to me that once the assembly line is up and running these gadgets ought to sell out fast - IF they are advertised. Unless SONY is purposely just soft selling these from the alley door since it's just a trial run for the MPCL2.

    As we all know, SONY has hidden the MPCL1 from major public forums since it was stealthily released.

    Japan is the only place where we've seen adverts for the MPCL1. What are their sales? Can't AT tell us? How is the Japanese and Korean public reacting to this new technology? WHY haven't we heard diddly about these results? I can only recall AT repeating the already known figures about USA Amazon sales.

    Here are some basic population figures for a few select cities in Asia - where you can ride the bullet train for 40 miles and never see anything but an endless city filled with Japanese consumers. How about if MVIS and SONY try to advertise a little over there in Asia to sell some?

    All of Asia : 4.427 BILLION

    Tokyo Japan 37,730,064
    Chongqing China 28,846,170
    Shanghai China 25,500,000
    Beijing China 25,000,000
    Guangzhou China 24,900,000
    Seoul South Korea 22,692,652
    Delhi India 21,753,486

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Maybe I've been out of the loop too long, but I dropped by the Qualper site and was sure impressed with what look like new images to me. I see they've got a laser keyboard - and the projector phone graphics are very impressive. Logically the two of those would make one heck of a portable mini-desktop in a pocket. I can't wait to find out how the ramp at sumitomo is going.

    And then the other day I saw a photo of the Amazon Echo sitting in a kitchen with a big white tile wall next to it and it really does seem INEVITABLE that it will have 'MVIS inside' before too long. I mean what's the use of listening to a long readout of information when instead a picture can be worth 1,000 words?

    One the upcoming CC and dilution, it does seem like AT would have asked for more unless he knew there was a big hunk of guaranteed business coming down the pike. So that's my 2 cents. The future is inevitable, and the future has 'MVIS Inside'!

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    cnbc just stated....

    by trimuphtoo Apr 21, 2016 1:26 PM
    mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 21, 2016 4:34 PM Flag

    One can only trust that Apple is now taking advantage of the cover of the new FoxConn - Sharp factories to begin designing some high volume Pico-P output - starting with the iPad Pro possibly. And then going on from there. Maybe Apple will be one of those 'high end clients' that AT mentioned that will be debuting new products this year. That'd make my day. Apple has been the missing elephant in the room for pico-p display and I suspect Apple needs MVIS as much as Apple needs that new blockbuster product. Maybe they are one and the same.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    New Seeking Alpha Article

    by johnmacleansea Apr 15, 2016 3:11 PM
    mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 15, 2016 4:48 PM Flag

    Amazing! And they scarcely mention the MPCL1. I guess the market is so used to reading hit pieces about MVIS that buyers probably wonder if this is just crying wolf until the next lead pipe on the shins. Sure is about time the share price went UP, just for the sake of novelty. As an MVIS long one gets a bit apoplectic reading articles like this, since we've been saying this for years till we're blue in the face.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 15, 2016 11:07 AM Flag

    I think one aspect of what the new future entails for computing is the personalization of tech devices. Robohon is a prime example - since it's hard to put a price on the family pet. I think statistics prove out that many people are willing to spend a fortune on their pets. And the Sony Experia Agent also contains a good measure of 'family pet' into the mix, what with the rolling eyes and personal responses. My opinion is that Wall Street has NOT factored this reality into the equation at all - they don't even know what it is yet - but they will before too long. And lucky for the MVIS long, we're inside both of the new pet robots.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Robohon on CNBC

    by view_from_afar Apr 14, 2016 11:40 AM
    mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 14, 2016 12:24 PM Flag

    Makes me wonder why there hasn't been more TV coverage of all the new 'MVIS Inside' gadgets? I don't see how that would be a violation of any NDAs? Seems to me that the excitement that was generated from that one TV interview with the Dallas News (or some other TV station in Texas) has been lacking in the roll out of all the MVIS products. So basically these amazing things are just hidden on Amazon somewhere - but I think these are some significant high-tech firsts - that OUGHT to be getting some publicity beyond the occasional blog. Couldn't MVIS have someone come to CNBC with a whole lineup of products for a TV Spot?

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Robohon on CNBC

    by view_from_afar Apr 14, 2016 11:40 AM
    mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 14, 2016 12:15 PM Flag

    Maybe someday they might have Robohon and MPCL1 and Celluon Pico-Pro and Sony Xperia Agent ALL together and then maybe Wall Street will be able to connect the dots...

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    The way I'm looking at this is...

    by theoz_97 Apr 14, 2016 8:57 AM
    mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 14, 2016 11:21 AM Flag

    And we have to ask ourselves why they built a version of RoBoHon that now speaks english? I seem to recall that executive from a major telephone carrier was very impressed with Robohon. So, since it's just one piece of the MVIS pie, I'd say it's not as bad as Wall Street likes to make it out to be. The WSJ article seemed to have a negative overtone - which is par for the course as far as poor Robohon and Wall Street go. Yes, it will only sell to die-hard robot fans - that means generally 'the citizens of Japan'. lol!

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    The way I'm looking at this is...

    by theoz_97 Apr 14, 2016 8:57 AM
    mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Apr 14, 2016 9:43 AM Flag

    I seem to recall some of those previous Japanese robots that sold for over $1000 sold out in 19 seconds. As an MVIS long I'm hoping the Japanese mania for robots will bode well for sales.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Mar 30, 2016 12:22 PM Flag

    Yes, like I posted a few weeks back - it's like the market has applied it's great insight to figure out that SONY never happened - and the 8 year contract never happened - and the MPCL1 never happened - and Amazon bestseller status never happened.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Mar 25, 2016 1:16 PM Flag

    That's fabulous! To any doubters quibbling over the quantities - I'd think this is the equivalent of the Wright Brothers demonstrating in Paris that their flying machine actually does work. This is proof of HD embedded in a slim cellphone. And the rest is history.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • mycomputerknows mycomputerknows Mar 25, 2016 10:17 AM Flag

    I don't get it - 500,000 shares seems like a lot to be just 'left over' from yesterday's end of session. Most tricky manipulation of some sort?

    Sentiment: Buy

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