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UMAX Technologies Introduces Drawing Tablets, Mini Hard Drives, Flash Drives and MP3 Players

DALLAS, TX, August 11, 2005 — UMAX Technologies today announced it is expanding on its award winning line of consumer and professional scanners with a full line up of new consumer electronics products including drawing tablets, mini hard drives, flash drives and MP3 players.

“For years, UMAX has successfully marketed consumer electronics in Europe and Asia,” said Christabel Chen, director of marketing at UMAX Technologies. “This is UMAX’s most significant product launch in the U.S. since its introduction of licensed Mac systems and digital still and video cameras. The new lines and products are designed to enhance the digital lifestyle of UMAX customers in North America helping them with new creativity, multimedia and data storage solutions.”

The new ProVista drawing tablet line consists of two models. The TB801 is an 8 x 6 in. tablet and retails for $99.99. The TB401 is a 4 x 3.5 in. tablet and retails for $39.99. Both have a wireless pen, programmable buttons (12 and 8 respectively), 512 maximum pressure levels and an overall accuracy of 0.42 mm. TB801 includes a cordless mouse for more input flexibility. For meeting memos, graphic designs, even chatting on the internet, the ProVista drawing tablets are your best choice. The ProVista tablets are all complete with Power Presenter, Free Notes, Office Link, Photo Impact and Pensoft handwriting recognition software.

The new Pollux 300 is a hard drive that is both portable and affordable to corporate and personal users. Pollux’s ultra slim body is merely 9mm in thickness and its USB 2.0 high speed data transfer rate yields a perfect mobile storage device for people who are on the go and need more sufficient storage space. The Pollux is compact, light and is powered by any USB port. The Pollux 300 is available in a 4 GB and a 2.2 GB version and retails for $149.99 and $109.99 respectively.

The APUS 210 is perfect for any mobile user, allowing up to 1 GB of the storage space in a plug and play USB 2.0 high speed package. While the ultimate high speed data transfer provides users with convenient data transfer, the password protection function further secures the data from being obtained by other users. The APUS 210 with 1 GB of memory retails for $79.99, the 512 MB models retails for $49.99, 256 MB retails for $29.99 and the 128 MB version is just $19.99.

The Vega 203 is a new and stylish MP3 player and is available with up to 512MB of built-in flash memory. The player supports a superior music player, a high quality voice recorder and a stereo FM tuner with 8 pre-sets. It also has a built-in SD/MMC card reader, full equalizer settings and multiple language displays. The Vega 203 is available now for only $79.99(256MB).

The Vega 107 is an MP3 player that is also a voice recorder, an FM tuner and a USB storage device. Multiple language display, 7 equalizer settings and 20 pre-set radio stations are just some of the Vega 107’s features. The Vega 107 is currently available in three capacities: 512MB, 256MB or 128MB and retails for $89.99, $69.99 and $49.99 respectively.

Customer Service and Support
UMAX technical support center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (CST). Customers may also contact UMAX for technical support by calling (214) 739-1915, or email to support@umaxcare.com.

About UMAX Technologies, Inc.
UMAX Technologies, Inc. is a technology leader in the design and distribution of a full line of imaging products and consumer electronics. The company maintains its leadership position in the imaging market with a broad line of consumer and professional flatbed, document fed and film scanners. UMAX is located at 10460 Brockwood Drive, Dallas, Texas, 75238. For more product information please visit us at: http://www.umax.com

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