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To: philip TESORIERO who wrote (574)8/5/1997 4:06:00 PM
From: philip TESORIERO
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WOW the last half hour of trading it went crazy closed at 9 3/4 + 2 3/8 . boy am i glad i picked today to buy this stock . good luck to all hope to see it near 12 by weeks end .

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To: philip TESORIERO who wrote (575)8/5/1997 4:10:00 PM
From: DD™
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pt:

I am now along for the ride @$9 having observed the ticker today and scanning the news announcements over the past several days.

Lets hope this gets back to the $12-14 range soon.

DD

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To: DD™ who wrote (576)8/5/1997 4:21:00 PM
From: philip TESORIERO
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i agree that 12-14 should happen soon but cant help but think we will have to give back a little at some time before we get there

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To: philip TESORIERO who wrote (577)8/5/1997 4:39:00 PM
From: giles
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With new products, new partners and another OEM plus being profitable another Qtr, the company is in much better shape now than when it took a dive from 14 so it should exceed its previous recent high of 14 soon IMHO. (I thought we'd have to wait longer for the rebound.)

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To: giles who wrote (578)8/5/1997 4:58:00 PM
From: FJB
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How sad, I started researching this stock yesterday. I go to get a quote today and I almost lost it. NT workstations are just starting to take off. Their customer list is very impressive with GTW, HP, Digital, Hitachi, and Samsung. I usually don't chase stocks, but this one seems to have everything going in its favor.

Any warnings for me before I take the plunge? Is there some dark secret I should know about?

Bob

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To: giles who wrote (578)8/5/1997 5:04:00 PM
From: Andretti
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Your patience has paid off...

Congrats to the others who stuck it when it was 4 and I agree I thought it was going to take longer to get here. But I'm estatic were here!!

regards,
Andretti

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To: Andretti who wrote (580)8/5/1997 5:17:00 PM
From: Winston Kim
   of 720
 
I would look for a gap up tomorrow. There should be another rally because the stock made a furious run in the last 1/2 hour and closed right at the high. I see it going to $11, MAYBE even tomorrow. Can it run again? We will have to wait and see tomorrow.

Good Luck

Wk

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To: FJB who wrote (579)8/5/1997 5:55:00 PM
From: giles
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No dark secrets that I know of.

However, while the area is hot and I think the company is good with great alliances and great customers there is a lot of competition and no proprietary patents.

I'm confident it will hit 15 within 6 months and maybe this month, but I have been wrong before but I don't think I am now with this prediction.

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To: FJB who wrote (579)8/5/1997 5:56:00 PM
From: VinWood
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Yes.
1.This is a fabless operation.
2.They are also reliant on subcontractors for some critical devices.

The numbers seem to play out though. I bought in today at $8.50 and so far so good.

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To: Andretti who wrote (580)8/5/1997 7:23:00 PM
From: Andretti
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Nichimen will be demonstrating its first port from UNIX to Windows NT on AccelGraphics products.

The company's suite of packages is truly integrated, dramatically simplifying game-content generation. Nichimen will be demonstrating its first port from UNIX to Windows NT on AccelGraphics products. Nichimen Graphics is owned by Nichimen Corp. of Japan, a $62.5 billion trading company. NOTE: At Siggraph '97:

Here's the full story:

Nichimen Graphics Announces First Port of Popular
Game-Development Tools to Windows NT at Siggraph '97

by Business Editors & Multimedia Write
Aug 5 1997 3:51PM CST, BUSINESS WIRE

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 5, 1997--

Huge Price Reductions and Live Demonstration of Long-Awaited

"Final Fantasy VII" Also Highlight Show

On Wednesday, at Siggraph '97, Nichimen Graphics Inc. announced the first Windows NT port of its popular N-World integrated software suite, for the creation of 3-D graphics and animation targeted at the game-development and interactive-entertainment industries.

N-World is the market leader, having enjoyed wide success running on the Silicon Graphics UNIX workstations.

In addition, N-World will be demonstrated at the booths of key Nichimen Graphics strategic partners: Intergraph (No. 439), AccelGraphics (No. 561) and Mitsubishi (No. 917).

The company also announced a major 40 percent price reduction on N-World, slashing the cost from $16,995 to $9,995. The Fast Track suite, consisting of N-Geometry, N-Paint 2D and 3D, and Export (DirectX, VRML 2.0), has been reduced from $6,495 to $4,995 for two weeks as a Siggraph "5plus5" show special.

N-World contains the most advanced polygonal modeling and animation software available today. It consists of 2-D and 3-D painting and texturing tools, material editor, photo-realistic render and artist's preview tools used to create some of the world's best-selling interactive games -- including "Super Mario 64," "Spider," "Enemy Zero" and "Beast Wars."

It was also used extensively by Square to make the much- anticipated "Final Fantasy VII.'

As part of Nichimen's participation at Siggraph '97, Kazuyuki Hashimoto, the creative director of "Final Fantasy VII," will showcase N-World during a key presentation in SGI's booth (No. 1139/1339) by illustrating how the game was made, from concept to modeling to game play.

Fast Track is the premier real-time 3-D graphics content- creation software for the Silicon Graphics and NT workstations. It consists of N-GEOMETRY, N-PAINT (2D and 3D),color reduction, texturing and export to VRML and DirectX.

Nichimen's software has also been fully certified on the Intergraph TD-200, TD-225 and TDZ-410. Support for the following boards is planned for this quarter: 3Dlabs GLINT 500TX and 500MX; ELSA Gloria-L/MX; Mitsubishi 3D Pro; AccelGraphics Eclipse and MX; Diamond FireGL 100; and Oxygen 202.

About Nichimen Graphics

Nichimen Graphics is a leading supplier of 3-D graphics software for game development and interactive entertainment. Its software has been used to produce such hit games as "Super Mario 64," by Nintendo; "Final Fantasy VII," by Square Co. Ltd.; and "MediEvil," by Sony
Computer Entertainment Europe-Cambridge Studios.

Nichimen Graphics focuses its efforts on supporting the interactive-content market, providing developers with the industry's most open system and leading-edge modeling and animation technology with unparalleled customer support.

The company's suite of packages is truly integrated, dramatically simplifying game-content generation. Nichimen will be demonstrating its first port from UNIX to Windows NT on AccelGraphics products. Nichimen Graphics is owned by Nichimen Corp. of Japan, a $62.5 billion trading company. NOTE: At Siggraph '97:

Nichimen Booth 739

SGI Booths 1139/1339

AccelGraphics Booth 561

Intergraph Booth 439

Mitsubishi Booth 917

(Copyright 1997)


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