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Mark Peters : May 5th 2006 - 17:10 CET
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KopinVideo Eyewear Powered by Kopin Micro Displays : Kopin announced that The Sharper Image, a catalog, web and retail-based company that specializes in new, innovative and high-quality products, will start marketing Icuiti's DV920 Video Eyewear powered by Kopin's microdisplays. Icuiti Corporation, a Rochester, New York-based company, is a leading supplier of emerging Video Eyewear for personal mobile entertainment. The DV920 Video Eyewear enables a private, big-screen viewing experience that fits in a pocket or purse, and eliminates the drawback of mobile content viewing on a tiny built-in screen. The Icuiti DV920 incorporates two CyberDisplay VGA full-color microdisplays with 640 x 480 resolution.
Video Eyewear Powered by Kopin Micro DisplaysIcuiti DV920 Video Eyewear
At just 3.5 ounces, the DV920 is among the smallest and highest resolution personal display systems on the market. Worn like a regular pair of sunglasses, the DV920 offers a private home-theater-size video experience - anywhere, anytime - with high-quality stereo headphones to complement the overall experience. The Icuiti DV920 is ideal for watching streaming video on mobile phones, movie playback from portable DVD players, video podcasts and TV shows from a video iPod. The battery-operated device is simple to use, just plug and play.

Video Eyewear market
"The amount of excitement surrounding the Video Eyewear market is overwhelming to say the least," said Paul Travers, CEO of Icuiti Corporation. "Video Eyewear is positioned to take the world by storm, replacing all of those tiny screens and changing forever the way people watch video outside the home."

The Sharper Image promote Icuiti's Video Eyewear
"We are very excited to see The Sharper Image promote Icuiti's Video Eyewear," said Kopin's President and CEO Dr. John C.C. Fan. "This announcement is another significant milestone in establishing Video Eyewear as a new product category. As more mobile video content becomes readily available, consumers want to enjoy big-screen pictures on the go. Kopin's CyberDisplay products are helping to make this consumer desire a reality. Kopin is rapidly becoming the standard microdisplay of choice for video eyewear manufacturers like Icuiti because our products provide high-quality, vivid color images in a tiny package."

Icuiti DV920 Video Eyewear - Price information
The DV920 is available initially from 50 of The Sharper Image's largest retail stores nationwide or by calling direct at 800-344-4444. Accessories included with the DV920 are composite video A/V cables, a VGA cable for laptops and PCs and a complimentary video iPod cable. Also included is a sampler disk of select IMAXTM 3D video content and a soft carrying case.

About Icuiti Corporation
Founded in 1997, Icuiti designs and manufactures Personal Display Solutions for a variety of markets. The company is a leader in the emerging personal display market and today ships thousands of display systems to consumer and military customers all over the world. Icuiti is currently privately held with offices in Rochester, NY and Tokyo, Japan.

About Kopin
Kopin Corporation produces lightweight, power-efficient, ultra-small liquid crystal displays and heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBTs) that are revolutionizing the way people around the world see, hear and communicate. Kopin has already shipped more than 20 million displays for a range of consumer and military applications including digital cameras, personal video eyewear, camcorders, thermal weapon sights and night vision systems. The Company's unique HBTs, which help to enhance battery life, talk time and signal clarity, have been integrated into billions of wireless handsets as well as into WiFi, VoIP and high-speed Internet data transmission systems. Kopin's proprietary display and HBT technologies are protected by more than 200 global patents and patents pending.





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