SOURCE: Century Capital Markets

August 19, 2011 07:00 ET

Touch Screen Market to Exceed $13 Billion During 2011

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NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Aug 19, 2011) - Since 2005, touch screen technology has moved from high-end exclusivity to more everyday products. Touch screens have turned into one of the fastest-growing display markets since the launch of the iPhone in 2007. They're now appearing on all sorts of devices, and the touch screen market is growing 10 times faster than the overall display market. Revenue for touch screens were $7.1 billion in 2010 on a worldwide basis and are projected to grow 90 percent to $13.4 billion in 2011. By 2017, the market will nearly double to $23.9 billion, according to market researcher Display Search.

"There are lots of opportunities in the touch screen market," said Jennifer Colegrove, vice president of emerging display technology at Display Search. "The market is doubling this year and will double again by 2017."

The mobile phone and computer markets are currently leading the touch screen revolution, but the new comer to this market is touch screen televisions. Since the adoption of web access to televisions, companies like Sony (NYSE: SNE), Samsung (PINKSHEETS: SSNLF) Panasonic (NYSE: PC) and Nyxio Technologies (OTCBB: NYXO) have lead the way in adding in touch screen capabilities to make the home television truly interactive.

Nyxio has launched the world's first, and only, integrated flat screen TV and PC with touch screen capabilities. The Viosphere is built for the next generation of interactive content by encompassing all computing needs and entertainment into one unit.

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