...because it was an investment with a risk level. i'm sure Dell knew the risks. You made it sound like Dell thinks UNXL is a scam and now "hates" UNXL. Do you know how stupid that sounds? You're slipping.
RXR...No but Dell has worked with enough co's to have enough knowledge about the business. Stop being stupid!
SA articles are no longer a factor because they are not posted on the major news feeds anymore.
Dell would look at it at a much more in depth level that the one you describe. Dell is in the business so I doubt you would be able to fool them easily. Nice try at your typical nonsense.
...because they would require and receive a lot more information that the retail investor gets. Pretty simple, huh? I'm surprised you wouldn't know that. Even if the tech wasn't there yet, Dell would have had to known exactly where they were in the process. There is always a risk with any investment.
Please turn off your drama queen antics rxr. We all know that Dell is a big enough company not to be "scammed" by anyone. You don't think that Dell did its due diligence before forking over 5 million? I find it amusing that you are speaking for Dell by sticking hate words in their mouth. Again, turn off your drama queen antics. You seem to really be posting out of character for you lately which really make a person wonder.....
While I don't own any of this pos company, I can still say that you are starting to look pretty desperate with your posts lately. Come on and pick yourself up and brush yourself off. We kinda miss the old rxr.
Only people who are full of sheet brag about having large sums of money. Let's face it, you don't have a pot to pee in.
Wow...It seems you are finally showing a crack in your amour. You have never resorted to calling names. I must admit that you sound like you are getting a little frazzled. Are you starting to come apart at the seems rxr? I'm actually a bit shocked because it's so out of character for you. Kudos to txamag for finally exposing your crack. You know me, I don't take sides, I just call them the way I see it.
"You are a habitual liar and a jealous #$%$."
txamag...you weren't sounding that positive over that bet after you heard they shipped tens of units instead of 400k units. After a little time goes by, you always end up sounding like that Perma Bull again. time does not heal all wounds. Time is NOT on this companys side anymore. They are running out of time.
Ahh txamag...forever the optimist. Now you want to make excuses for the presentation saying it was poorly put together? Who was in charge of putting that slide show together? Who approved it? One thing you have been great at is making excuses for mgt. I feel bad for the people who listen to you. How can you possibly screw up tens of units shipped from 400k units? Honestly? You have been as wrong as mgt has over the last 1.5 yrs. Your answer to that is always, I'll tell you one day over a beer. That beer is never going to happen and we both know that. Mgt us as good as their past/current performance and we all know what this co's track record looks like.
Some of the mkt closed up while NXL was unchanged. See how that works. It sux to speak prematurely.
"The whole market is down, while Pixie up...some retail buyers are not as impatient as many old-time
Pixie-ites it seems. The ones that never use or listen to idiotic/moronic absurd words like "fraud" "scam" are buying & not selling. Tic tock "
Ho, hum. Same old #$%$ from management. Diamond Guard revenues next quarter huh? No where have I heard that before? Oh yeah, here it is
UniPixel Achieves Production Qualification for Diamond Guard Hard Coat Film With Carestream
UniPixel Begins First Shipments of Diamond Guard From Production Line for Use in Mobile and Display Applications
Jul 24, 2012 8:31 AM
THE WOODLANDS, TX--(Marketwire -07/24/12)- UniPixel, Inc. (UNXL), a provider of Performance Engineered Films to the touch screen, flexible printed electronics, lighting and display markets, has completed the production-level qualification of its Diamond Guard™ Hard Coat film with its manufacturing and distribution partner, Carestream Tollcoating.
With Carestream, UniPixel has established the capacity to support large-scale volume production of more than 100 million square feet per year of Diamond Guard as either a cover glass replacement or protective cover film. UniPixel has now been able to fulfill a number of purchase orders for pilot production rolls submitted by major electronic OEMs, ODMs and film converters that are advancing product designs which take advantage of the unique characteristics of Diamond Guard.
Diamond Guard was designed to offer superior performance as a low cost substitute for glass, including Gorilla® Glass. Diamond Guard is super hard -- rated 6H or higher -- making it shatterproof and highly resistant to scratching. However, it is also very thin, light and flexible, with a glass-equivalent gloss finish. Diamond Guard is less labor-intensive to utilize than glass, and unlike glass, it is available in large rolls that can be die-cut or laser-cut to size. The large roll format can also save manufacturing costs in that it allows direct printing of roll-to-roll graphics (bezels, logos, multi-color borders, etc.) for consumer electronics aesthetics, and unlike glass, it does not require special surface treatment for inks to adhere.
These characteristics make Diamond Guard ideal for a wide range of applications, but especially as a cover glass replacement or protective cover film for any electronic display, from small mobile devices to large screen televisions. A video of a Diamond Guard hammer test is available here.
"We believe Diamond Guard outperforms other cover glass and protective cover films on the market today, and this large-volume certification allows us to begin widespread commercialization," noted UniPixel CEO Reed Killion. "Carestream is not only our manufacturing partner they are also the global master distributor for Diamond Guard. So, we plan to fully leverage Carestream's strong manufacturing and distribution platform to address the increasing interest in our protective cover films."
Carestream Tollcoating is a premium provider of high-precision contract coating services and optical grade PET film, specializing in the application of aqueous and solvent coatings on flexible substrates for imaging, printed electronics, display, electronic component, nanotechnology, battery, and a variety of other flexible advanced material markets. Carestream's global logistics network, with supply chain management and distribution capabilities in 56 countries, offers worldwide end-to-end service from high precision coating through post-manufacturing.
UniPixel has received interest from OEMs and ODMs to combine Diamond Guard with its UniBoss™ touch sensor to produce a thinner, more cost effective touch screen display. UniPixel's functional prototypes have demonstrated that laminating Diamond Guard with UniBoss eliminates the need for protective cover glass or sensor glass. As a combined solution, this offers better than one-fifth the thickness of current touch screen displays on the market and at a highly competitive cost. So, the company anticipates UniBoss could be a significant growth driver for Diamond Guard in 2013.
kool.breese...Ron and the company has confirmed revenue in many past quarters. Would you like me to post past PR's? Get your sheet straight before posting.
Hey hohohotrader. You can say whatever you want to say and try to spin it however you want to spin page 13 but the people who read it will mostly come away with the same conclusion....NO REVS from TOUCH FILM expected in Q4. This should be alarming to investors because it means further delays. I would like to hear ole txamags thoughts on this.
A very poor product yield means it's not working when you need to be able to mass produce these things. They were always able to produce working samples but they were at VERY slow speeds. This has been the problem from Day 1 and it's still a problem. Mgt may never be able to figure it out.
Page 13 is meaningless when you don't have a working product. In case you haven't noticed, this is the major problem here. It's all forward looking statements based on a working product of which they have none.