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KEYTEC Announces Expanded Magic Touch Screen Capabilities.

Dallas, TX — KEYTEC announced today that the Magic Touch touch
screen system will soon be LINUX compatible. Screen users will be
able to operate the Magic Touch touch screen in hardware
configurations utilizing the LINUX operating system to gain the
advantages of smaller file size, less memory requirements and
faster data access.

KEYTEC anticipates that with LINUX operating system capability,
the cost of building a point of sale hardware system, including a
Magic Touch screen, will be lower than previously obtainable.
KEYTEC management believes the lower hardware costs will help to
expand the company’s market into new application areas such as
educational institutions, health care facilities and government
locations.

The decision to become LINUX compatible was customer driven. Mr.
Brian Sun, KEYTEC President, said, “Our customers played an
important role in our decision to introduce a LINUX version of our
Magic Touch screen. And, just like our customers, we are extremely
excited about the low cost advantages of working within a LINUX
operating environment.”

Magic Touch screens are Windows 3.x/95/98/NT, Macintosh, and
Amiga compatible. KEYTEC will demonstrate the new Magic Touch LINUX
system as well as beta USB and IMAC compatible products at Comdex
Fall, 1998 in booth S7505 (Sands Convention Center). Production on
the LINUX, USB and IMAC compatible products is scheduled for Spring
1999.

KEYTEC is a leading global supplier of touch screens for use in
point of sale presentation systems, equipment control panels,
personnel training & orientation, early childhood education,
and information kiosks KEYTEC manufacturers a wide range of
products in The United States, and Taiwan, with distributors
worldwide.

For further information, contact KEYTEC by phone
(1-800-624-4289), by fax (972-234-8542), by email ([email protected]) or visit
KEYTEC online at (http://www.magictouch.com).