E-Rex, Inc. Announces Successful Testing of the Dragonfly

Apr 12, 2001, 01:00 ET from E-Rex Inc.

    MIAMI, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- E-Rex, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   EREX)
 announced today that they have successfully tested the operating systems of
 the Dragonfly and look forward to the public unveiling of the prototypes
 within the next few weeks.
     At a demonstration of the Dragonfly systems earlier this week at the
 Guelph, Ontario Research facility operated by Valcom, Ltd., the Dragonfly was
 put through its paces. "The key printing and paper feed systems of the
 Dragonfly are functioning beautifully and we are very close to completion of
 the prototypes. It is clear that very soon we will have a completed unit that
 will be very well engineered and offer great utility to users," stated Carl
 Dilley upon return from his recent trip to the Guelph, Ontario Valcom research
 facilities.
     The Valcom engineers have done a wonderful job; the minor delays that were
 experienced were beyond the control of the project engineers.  These delays
 are related to late delivery of several circuit board components, and needed
 refinements to the scanner and display circuitry that are dependant upon
 technical information not yet supplied by Rohm and Intel. During the next few
 weeks Valcom will be working on refinements to the Dragonfly software, cases
 and other operating features. Upon release, this press release will be printed
 by the Dragonfly and a scanned image of the printing will be soon featured on
 the companies Web site at www.e-rex.net
     E-Rex plans on releasing the date of an upcoming event where they will be
 presenting the completed prototype to the shareholders.
     The Dragonfly is a 6-in-1 portable printer, fax and scanner with wireless
 Internet connectivity that is projected to begin Beta testing in the coming
 weeks.  The Dragonfly will feature the Microsoft Windows CE 3.0 operating
 system, the Intel Strongarm 256k chipset, Intel Strataflash memory chips, and
 other hardware sub-components from Cannon, Fujitsu and other brand-name
 manufacturers.
     For further information on E-Rex, Inc. please visit the company's Web
 site, www.e-rex.net, or contact Marc Jablon at Big Apple Consulting USA, Inc.
 1-407-884-0444 or visit Big Apple's new state-of-the-art Web site at
 www.askbigapple.com
 
     This press release may contain forward-looking information within the
 meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 or Section 21E of the
 Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 and is subject to the safe harbor created
 by these sections. E-Rex, Inc. assumes no obligation to update the information
 contained in this press release. Certain information included herein may
 contain statements that are forward-looking, such as statements relating to
 plans for future expansion and other business development activities as well
 as operating costs, capital spending, financial sources, and the effects of
 competition. Such forward-looking information is subject to changes and
 variations which are not reasonably predictable and which could significantly
 affect future results. Accordingly, such results may differ from those
 expressed in any forward-looking statements made by or on behalf of the
 Company.
 
 

SOURCE E-Rex Inc.
    MIAMI, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- E-Rex, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   EREX)
 announced today that they have successfully tested the operating systems of
 the Dragonfly and look forward to the public unveiling of the prototypes
 within the next few weeks.
     At a demonstration of the Dragonfly systems earlier this week at the
 Guelph, Ontario Research facility operated by Valcom, Ltd., the Dragonfly was
 put through its paces. "The key printing and paper feed systems of the
 Dragonfly are functioning beautifully and we are very close to completion of
 the prototypes. It is clear that very soon we will have a completed unit that
 will be very well engineered and offer great utility to users," stated Carl
 Dilley upon return from his recent trip to the Guelph, Ontario Valcom research
 facilities.
     The Valcom engineers have done a wonderful job; the minor delays that were
 experienced were beyond the control of the project engineers.  These delays
 are related to late delivery of several circuit board components, and needed
 refinements to the scanner and display circuitry that are dependant upon
 technical information not yet supplied by Rohm and Intel. During the next few
 weeks Valcom will be working on refinements to the Dragonfly software, cases
 and other operating features. Upon release, this press release will be printed
 by the Dragonfly and a scanned image of the printing will be soon featured on
 the companies Web site at www.e-rex.net
     E-Rex plans on releasing the date of an upcoming event where they will be
 presenting the completed prototype to the shareholders.
     The Dragonfly is a 6-in-1 portable printer, fax and scanner with wireless
 Internet connectivity that is projected to begin Beta testing in the coming
 weeks.  The Dragonfly will feature the Microsoft Windows CE 3.0 operating
 system, the Intel Strongarm 256k chipset, Intel Strataflash memory chips, and
 other hardware sub-components from Cannon, Fujitsu and other brand-name
 manufacturers.
     For further information on E-Rex, Inc. please visit the company's Web
 site, www.e-rex.net, or contact Marc Jablon at Big Apple Consulting USA, Inc.
 1-407-884-0444 or visit Big Apple's new state-of-the-art Web site at
 www.askbigapple.com
 
     This press release may contain forward-looking information within the
 meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 or Section 21E of the
 Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 and is subject to the safe harbor created
 by these sections. E-Rex, Inc. assumes no obligation to update the information
 contained in this press release. Certain information included herein may
 contain statements that are forward-looking, such as statements relating to
 plans for future expansion and other business development activities as well
 as operating costs, capital spending, financial sources, and the effects of
 competition. Such forward-looking information is subject to changes and
 variations which are not reasonably predictable and which could significantly
 affect future results. Accordingly, such results may differ from those
 expressed in any forward-looking statements made by or on behalf of the
 Company.
 
 SOURCE  E-Rex Inc.