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Jun 09, 2014, 10:20 ET from BrokerBank Securities, Inc.

NEW YORK, June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Uni-Pixel, Inc. (NASDAQ: UNXL) -- Consumers across the world are rapidly and increasingly adopting mobile consumer electronics devices such as smartphones, mini and full-size tablet computers, touch-enabled notebook computers, All-In-One computers, mobile gaming devices and digital cameras. As a result, the overall touch-enabled computer electronics industry is continuing to experience significant growth helped by a variety of factors and market forces. Some of these factors include advances in component technology that are driving down the cost of these products while expanding their functionality, and a migration towards larger color screens for smartphones and other mobile devices that are multi-touch enabled. As this trend towards greater functionality has increased demand for these electronics, companies operating within this industry have also experienced increased demand and growth.

Uni-Pixel, Inc. is a production stage company that delivers Performance Engineered Film (PEF) products to the display, touchscreen and flexible electronics market segments in the United States. The company offers these PEF products, such as transparent conductive films and flexible electronic films under the Copperhead brand name. These films may be incorporated into touch sensors, capacitive switches, general lighting, automotive, antenna, display and shielding applications. Under the brand InTouch, UNXL intends to sell touch screen films as sub-components of a touch sensor module. In addition, UNXL also currently ships -- under their Diamond Guard brand -- hard coat (anti-scratch) resin and protective films for use with multiple types of touch-enabled devices as protective cover films, a cover lens replacement or a conformal hard coat for plastic components. Through their Diamond Guard hard coat and InTouch flexible printed touch sensors, UNXL is poised to benefit from the growing demand for high resolution displays and touch interfaces.

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