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PRNewswire: Xybernaut's Wearable Computing Solutions Featured at Cebit...

Feb 23, 2000, 19:56 (0 Talkback[s])

"Xybernaut Corporation (Nasdaq: XYBR), the leader in wearable computing solutions, announced today that it will be hosting a major Spring exhibit with more than a dozen of its partners at CeBIT in Hannover, Germany, February 24th through March 1st, hall 19, booth D47 plus several other locations. Featured will be a number of exciting applications and solutions like the world's first automated real-time mobile interpreter 'talk&translate', interactive electronic technical manuals (IETMs), teleprinting, and more. Xybernaut's partners at the show include EDS, Belenus, EML, Fraunhofer Institute, GMD/FIT, Linguatec, Multicosm, TZI, Vanguard Software, Wearix, Acotec, Artem, Capella, Conversa, and Wittig Test Technology. Xybernaut Mobile Assistants will also be seen at SAP, at the All-for-One booth, and roaming the halls as live 'webReporters' for several news agencies."

"In addition, Xybernaut will hold a press conference at CeBIT on Thursday, February 24th, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. U.S. eastern standard time, in the TCM Hanover, Room 104. Xybernaut's president and CEO, Edward Newman and Dr. Edwin Vogt, senior vice president and head of Xybernaut European Operations will present the future strategic direction of the company as well as discuss new applications in wearable computing. The press conference will be webcast to Xybernaut's German web site at http://www.xybernaut.de, then select 'Shows & Events.' "

"Xybernaut Corporation is the leading provider of wearable computing hardware, software and services. The company's patented wearable computer is a full-function Pentium PC that runs Microsoft MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT, along with UNIX, Linux and other operating systems that run on the Intel x86 architecture. The MA IV(R) allows users hands-free access to information in the computer's internal storage, in local area networks and on the Internet on an as-needed, where-needed basis."

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