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1 www.mitsutech.com www.securitydisplay.com www.mitsutech.com www.securitydisplay.com Security Displays Broadcasting Reference Monitors Industrial/ Kiosk Displays Sunlight Readable Displays

2 Who Is Mitsutech? Founded : Dec.5th, 1991 Founded : Dec.5th, 1991 Capital : $3,000,000USD Capital : $3,000,000USD Annual Sales: $50,000,000 USD Annual Sales: $50,000,000 USD Headquarter: 6F,No.431,REI-KUANG RD.TAIPEI,TAIWAN Headquarter: 6F,No.431,REI-KUANG RD.TAIPEI,TAIWAN Overseas Branch Office: Overseas Branch Office: Hong Kong: MITSUTECH ASIA LIMTED Hong Kong: MITSUTECH ASIA LIMTED 1604, KINOX CENTRE, 9 HUNG TO ROAD, KWUN TONG, KOWLOON, HONG KONG 1604, KINOX CENTRE, 9 HUNG TO ROAD, KWUN TONG, KOWLOON, HONG KONG USA : MITSUTECH USA CORP. USA : MITSUTECH USA CORP. 48501 Warm Springs Blvd. Suite 115, Fremont, CA 94539, USA 48501 Warm Springs Blvd. Suite 115, Fremont, CA 94539, USA Mainland China Office : Mainland China Office : Shenzhen: Room A, 16F, Rainbow Bldg., CaiTain South Road, Futian, Shenzhen Shenzhen: Room A, 16F, Rainbow Bldg., CaiTain South Road, Futian, Shenzhen Suzhou: A10, 5F, 800 East Ganjiang Road, Suzhou,Jiang Su, China Suzhou: A10, 5F, 800 East Ganjiang Road, Suzhou,Jiang Su, China

3  Company History  DEC 1991 Date of Incorporation Dec 5, 1991  JAN 1992 Secures dealership for COSEL power products  DEC 1992 Secures dealership for SHARP OPTO electronics products  DEC 1993 Forms USA Branch office in Fremont CA.  JAN 1994 Secures partnership for Touch Panel products  JUL 1995 Secures dealership for VICOR DC/DC modules products  Mar 1996 Distributes SHARP TFT/STN LCDs  JUN 1996 Announce Desktop LCD monitors and Panel mount LCD monitors.  July1997 Forms Hong Kong Branch office  Mar 1997 Starts Integration of Resistive and Capacitive touchscreen monitors  JAN 1998 Lunches touchscreen monitors in US gaming market

4  Company History  JAN 1999 Forms Branch Office in Shenzhen, Guantong,China  JUN 1999 Partners with AAEON in developing Industrial SBC for Sharp LCD.  JAN 2000 Launches Standard 19” Rack Mount LCD monitors.  MAR 2001 Secures Dealership for Sharp Products in Great China Region  APR 2001 Introduces Anti-static Panel Mount LCD Monitors for Clean Room Application  SEP 2002 Forms Branch Office in Suzhou, Jiang Su providence, China  APR 2003 Starts R&D for Rack Mount Security LCD to meet SMPTE Standard  APR 2004 Launches Security LCD Monitors in ISC West  APR 2005 Launches Confidence/Reference LCD Monitors for Broadcasting Market in NAB 2005

5 Unit: US$Million Annual Sales Growth Rate

6 Communication17.8% Multimedi a 9.8% LAN 5.4% DSC 5.3% LCM 5.2% IPC 4.8% SWPS 4.5% Security 4.4% PD A 3.7 % M/ B 3.5 % N/ B 3.4 % DV D 3.0 % Other 29.2% Market Distribution Ratio Within Company Market Distribution Ratio Within Company

7 Major Industrial /POS Customers 1 Western Digital Corp. ( Clean room application) 1 Western Digital Corp. ( Clean room application) 2. Maxtor / Seagate ( Clean room application) 2. Maxtor / Seagate ( Clean room application) 3. American Gaming (Gaming, touch monitor) 3. American Gaming (Gaming, touch monitor) 4. Alta Bakers ( 18” Rack mount for oil drilling) 4. Alta Bakers ( 18” Rack mount for oil drilling) 5. Intel / Samsung ( Clean room application, touch monitor) 5. Intel / Samsung ( Clean room application, touch monitor) 6. Micron Technology Inc. ( Clean room application) 6. Micron Technology Inc. ( Clean room application) 6. Biotage ( Medical application, panel mount touch monitor) 6. Biotage ( Medical application, panel mount touch monitor) 7.Abbott Lab. ( Inverter ) 7.Abbott Lab. ( Inverter ) 8. Lockheed Martin (6.4” video monitor) 8. Lockheed Martin (6.4” video monitor) 9. Hilton – Hawaii (Hotel Kiosk) 9. Hilton – Hawaii (Hotel Kiosk) 10. POS Solutions (POS) 10. POS Solutions (POS) Orlando Universal Studio (IR Touch Screen) Orlando Universal Studio (IR Touch Screen)

8 Security and Broadcast Customers Actcom Security Solutions, a GSA Certified Integrator Actcom Security Solutions, a GSA Certified Integrator Audio Visual, Inc. (dba AVI Systems) Dealer and Electronic Systems Integrators for Audio/Video, Presentation, and Video Conferencing Audio Visual, Inc. (dba AVI Systems) Dealer and Electronic Systems Integrators for Audio/Video, Presentation, and Video Conferencing BTX Technology, a distributor for Pro AV, Broadcast and CCTV Products BTX Technology, a distributor for Pro AV, Broadcast and CCTV Products Vaddio (Photo Control Subsidiary), a Camera Control System Manufacturer Vaddio (Photo Control Subsidiary), a Camera Control System Manufacturer 24 Frames.Com, A Post-Production House in Paramount Studio 24 Frames.Com, A Post-Production House in Paramount Studio 9&10 News (WWTV), A Michigan TV Station News Center 9&10 News (WWTV), A Michigan TV Station News Center Paape Companies, a Distribution, Energy Control and Security Integrators. Paape Companies, a Distribution, Energy Control and Security Integrators. TV Magic, a Full Service Audio Video Company TV Magic, a Full Service Audio Video Company

9 Products: Supreme Series: MTS-Tiltable Rack Mount Video LCD Monitor Supreme Series: MTS-Tiltable Rack Mount Video LCD Monitor Pro Series: MTK- Rack mount and Panel Mount Video LCD Monitor Pro Series: MTK- Rack mount and Panel Mount Video LCD Monitor Econo Series: MT- Desk Top and MTF-Open Frame Video LCD Monitor Econo Series: MT- Desk Top and MTF-Open Frame Video LCD Monitor

10 Supreme Series MTS: Composite Rack Mount Monitors: Composite Rack Mount Monitors: MTS9440, MTS9356, MTS9265 MTS9440, MTS9356, MTS9265 Computer and Composite Rack Mount Monitors: Computer and Composite Rack Mount Monitors: MTS9284, MTS9150 MTS9284, MTS9150 MTS9170, MTS9170-8U MTS9170, MTS9170-8U MTS9190 (Coming up in Q2 2006) MTS9190 (Coming up in Q2 2006)

11 PRO SERIES I RACK MOUNT VIDEO LCD MONITOR RACK MOUNT VIDEO LCD MONITOR (NTSC/PAL, S-VIDEO, 15 PIN D-SUB) (TOUCH SCREEN OPTIONS) MTK9150V: 15” XGA 250 NITS MTK9150V: 15” XGA 250 NITS MTK9170V: 17” SXGA 300 NITS MTK9170V: 17” SXGA 300 NITS MTK9190V: 19” SXGA 250 NITS MTK9190V: 19” SXGA 250 NITS

12 PRO SERIES II PANEL MOUNT VIDEO LCD MONITOR PANEL MOUNT VIDEO LCD MONITOR (NTSC/PAL, S-Video, 15-Pin D-sub) (OPTIONS: TOUCH SCREEN) MTK0604V: 6.4” VGA 250 nits MTK0604V: 6.4” VGA 250 nits MTK0804V: 8.4” SVGA 220 nits MTK0804V: 8.4” SVGA 220 nits MTK104V: 10.4” SVGA 230 nits MTK104V: 10.4” SVGA 230 nits MTK1241V: 12.1” SVGA 370 nits MTK1241V: 12.1” SVGA 370 nits MTK1500V: 15” XGA 250 nits MTK1500V: 15” XGA 250 nits MTK1700V: 17” SXGA 300 nits MTK1700V: 17” SXGA 300 nits

13 ECONO SERIES I DESK TOP VIDEO LCD MONITORS DESK TOP VIDEO LCD MONITORS (NTSC/PAL, S-VIDEO, 15 PIN D-SUB) (TOCH SCREEN OPTIONS) MT104V: 10.4” SVGA 230 NITS ( Video only, no 15 pin D-sub) MT104V: 10.4” SVGA 230 NITS ( Video only, no 15 pin D-sub) MT1241AV: 12.1” SVGA 370 NITS MT1241AV: 12.1” SVGA 370 NITS MTS1500V: 15” XGA 250 NITS MTS1500V: 15” XGA 250 NITS MTS1700V: 17” SXGA 300 NITS MTS1700V: 17” SXGA 300 NITS MT190V-E: 19” SXGA 250 NITS (Composite video, 15 pin D-sub only, no S-Video) MT190V-E: 19” SXGA 250 NITS (Composite video, 15 pin D-sub only, no S-Video)

14 ECONO SERIES II: MTF Open Frame Series MTF0604: 6.4” 300 nits, VGA MTF0604: 6.4” 300 nits, VGA MTF0804: 8.4” 220 nits, SVGA MTF0804: 8.4” 220 nits, SVGA MTF104S: 10.4” 230 nits, SVGA MTF104S: 10.4” 230 nits, SVGA MTF1241: 12.1” 370 nits, SVGA MTF1241: 12.1” 370 nits, SVGA MTF1500: 15” 250 nits, SVGA MTF1500: 15” 250 nits, SVGA MTF1700: 17” 300 nits, SXGA MTF1700: 17” 300 nits, SXGA MTF1900: 19” 250 nits, SXGA MTF1900: 19” 250 nits, SXGA Options: Video and Touch Screen Options: Video and Touch Screen

15 Why IS MTS Better? Why IS MTS Better? MTS9440, MTS9356, MTS9265 MTS9440, MTS9356, MTS9265 Use “dot” (●)Vs. “pixel”(■) resolution Use “dot” (●)Vs. “pixel”(■) resolution “pixel” shows more edge and “dot” has much smoother edge and thus finer images. “pixel” shows more edge and “dot” has much smoother edge and thus finer images. Direct Analog signal input Direct Analog signal input Loss no data during analog to digital transition Loss no data during analog to digital transition Receive video image in native resolution Receive video image in native resolution No need of re-scaling and thus no loss of data No need of re-scaling and thus no loss of data Native camera resolutions: Native camera resolutions: 320 (RGB) x 234 or 960 x 234, 400 (RGB) x 234 320 (RGB) x 234 or 960 x 234, 400 (RGB) x 234 High impedance (75 Ω) loop through High impedance (75 Ω) loop through Rugged19 ” Rack mount standard with tilting options Rugged19 ” Rack mount standard with tilting options SMPTE video image quality SMPTE video image quality

16 MTS9284, MTS9150, MTS9170, MTS9170-8U MTS9284, MTS9150, MTS9170, MTS9170-8U Frame Buffering: Frame Buffering: Reduce ripple, vertical, and horizontal video noise Reduce ripple, vertical, and horizontal video noise Increase color saturation Increase color saturation Excellent Mitsutech video scaling software plus MXIC scaling IC Chip Excellent Mitsutech video scaling software plus MXIC scaling IC Chip Philip 714 video decoder Philip 714 video decoder Multiple input options: Analog VGA, Composite Video, and S-video Multiple input options: Analog VGA, Composite Video, and S-video User friendly OSD menu User friendly OSD menu Easy to use hot key control Easy to use hot key control High impedance (75 Ω) loop through High impedance (75 Ω) loop through Rugged 19 ” Rack mount standard with tilting options Rugged 19 ” Rack mount standard with tilting options Deinterlaced: Remove interlacing lines from an image taken from a video source. This is the process of creating a single frame from the two interlaced fields of a video frame. While interlaced video can look much better on a TV screen, on a monitor it can look rather bad. Deinterlaced: Remove interlacing lines from an image taken from a video source. This is the process of creating a single frame from the two interlaced fields of a video frame. While interlaced video can look much better on a TV screen, on a monitor it can look rather bad.

17 Analog to Digital Signal Transition Process

18 How is MTS-Supreme Series Used? Vaddio, Inc. introduced the ProductionVIEW Camera Control System in Infocomm 2005 using Mitsutech MTS9440. It’s designed to provide system integrators with an easy to operate and fully featured camera control system. www.vaddio.comwww.vaddio.com HI. MONITORS LOOK GREAT. THANKS FOR EVERYTHING.” ROBERT CHARTIER CEO, www.24frame.comwww.24frame.com Paramount Studio “ We really like the twin monitors we got from you. In time we hope to buy more.” ~ Lowell Shore, WWTV, www.9&10news.com ”…it is a really nice piece. The VGA input easily Handled and scaled 1024x768 & 1280x1024 video.” Kris R. Vollrath, Director, Convergence Technologies Advanced AV Systems Integration,www.advancedav.comwww.advancedav.com


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