Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Microvision: SHOWwx™ Receives 2010 CES Innovations Award

That’s the news from this morning as posted at the Microvision blog The Displayground…

SHOWwx™ Receives 2010 CES Innovations Award
November 10th, 2009
by Matt Nichols

The kick-off event to the pre-CES season started today in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion, where hundreds of media, analysts and bloggers got a sneak preview of the products that will be making headlines come January. I’m pleased to share with you that at this annual pre-CES press event, the SHOWWX™ laser pico projector was named an International CES Innovations 2010 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree.

The SHOWWX was chosen as an honoree in the portable multi-media accessories category by a panel of independent industrial designers, engineers and members of the media, judging on the following criteria:

• Engineering qualities, based on technical specs and materials used
• Aesthetic and design qualities, using photos provided
• The product’s intended use/function and user value
• Unique/novel features that consumers would find attractive
• How the design and innovation of the product compares to other products in the market

The SHOWWX will be exhibited Jan. 7-10 at the 2010 International CES in Las Vegas. Additionally, the Innovations Design and Engineering Showcase will feature honorees in the Grand Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The Innovations Design and Engineering Awards have been recognizing achievements in product design and engineering since 1976. It is sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association, the producer of the International CES, the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow, and endorsed by the Industrial Designers Society of America, the voice of industrial design, committed to advancing the profession through education, information, community and advocacy. Information on all Innovations 2010 Design and Engineering honoree products can be found HERE.

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Here’s the link to The Displayground blog…

On the CES 2010 awards page for Micrvision it says…

“Laser-based pico projector mobile accessory that delivers stunningly colorful, bright, vivid, detailed WVGA-quality images--from 12" to 150" across--requiring no projection lense or focus adjustment. Plug/play from host's TV-Out or VGA.”

To experience the SHOWwx projection display for yourself, go to…
[Make sure to click on “Experience SHOWwx”]

The financial markets are looking for, and have been ready for years, a new Intel like growth company with tremendous growth and investment opportunity. In my humble opinion, Microvision is that company. Very soon the investing public will discover what many of us old timers have known for a few years [too early] now. Microvision is the next big thing and represents the “Opportunity of a Life Time… in Our Life Time.”

From time to time, during the course of our lives, we are granted the opportunity of a lifetime. It's a chance that doesn't come our way very often, and usually one that would result in enormous financial benefits to us… if we can manage to get hold of it before it fades away.

“The opportunity of a lifetime must be seized in the lifetime of the opportunity.”

I hope you have recognized it by now and seized the opportunity?

If not, that’s too bad because it is an opportunity staring you right in the eye. Here’s a five part post at the blog, sort of a “crash course” in Microvision opportunity, to help you along with your due diligence process…

Please make sure to read all five parts to this post…

[At times you may feel that certain parts repeat, but that is intentional, because I wanted the individual parts to stand on their own… in conveying the core message]

Part # 1:

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Also, make sure to read the post on my very successful investment experience with Intel…

There is so much more at the blog, so indulge yourself and read on. The information presented is based on extensive research over many years and is offered at no cost to you. The writing style [may be] kind of authoritative… but that’s just me.

Anant Goel