Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nxt LSE:NTX London Ordinary Share GB0004397567 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 4.35p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 1.9 -2.0 -1.1 - 19

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18/10/2010
10:31
Probably the first of many cash calls. Leopards don't change their spots. NXT MK2 - Frankensteins Son.
isis
18/10/2010
10:28
Lisa - despite repetitiveness, I have enjoyed reading your learned, sharp and informative analysis, both here and on TMF. logic says past is not necessary an indication of the future, especially with different factors in play ( new management, cash rich, new products, new biz plan) I was fortunate not to buy prior to the RNS, 3.64p the highest I paid, I have taken inconsideration all the negatives (to say the least) suffered by the pi in the yesteryears and have come to a conclusion this should be a turning point to the good. dyor
rejawna
18/10/2010
10:25
28/06/2010 07:26 RNSNON NXT technology for netbooks and notebooks NXT plc, a provider of unique sound solutions, best known for its flat panel loudspeaker and touch screen technologies, announces that 3M Touch Systems has developed Dispersive Signal Technology (DST) for use in Quanta Computer's notebook and netbook touch screen platforms. DST is a unique touch screen technology invented by NXT based on its expertise in bending wave physics, and is licensed exclusively to 3M Innovative Properties Co. DST is currently in commercial production with 3M Touch Systems. For more information on the technology, visit www.3m.com/touch. NXT expects to receive royalty income from the agreement. DST also has an ability to detect both stylus and finger inputs with high precision, and allows for slimmer tablets than other optical touch screen technologies. DST-equipped computers are expected to launch by the end of 2010. http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=43384478&symbol=NTX "DST does not and will not bring in material monies to NXT and management have stated this now." Please post links when making statements .......
substp
18/10/2010
10:25
There will be vastly more shares in issue and even a 1p rise in the share price will add millions to the mkt cap. This may have worked in the dotcom era but not now.
isis
18/10/2010
10:12
substp, DST does not and will not bring in material monies to NXT and management have stated this now. Please do not go ramping techs that will do little for NXTs new future. It was a poor deal done by old management to survive and pay the pension and Directors pay. NXT have a new management, a new business plan and new techs.They also now have enough cash to act as a strong platform to achieve profitability but will it ever be the huge growth stock and company we once thought? Not on what we know today.... AIMHO/DYOR/NAI Lisa:)
lisa279
18/10/2010
09:55
Dispersive Signal Technology
substp
18/10/2010
09:44
Indeed, it's a crowded market place and how many people will care for a 20x power usage improvement? Maybe those using laptops but then how many people use external speakers with laptops? Not many. In fact most people use headphones. And nearly all of those people don't care too much about sound quality either. Audiophiles are a dying breed. Teenagers today listen to music on iPods and cheap ear-buds. I have a Creative Zen mp3 player which sounds way better than my kids' ipods but they would never swap. I do nearly all of my listening to music on ear-buds these days rather than the stack of hi-fi separates I have in the corner with names such as Marantz, Kef and Rotel. Why? Because I can keep it personal so that others in the house can listen to what they want to. And this is how music listening is evolving. Sound quality isn't important to the younger generation (they simply don't care). Nor does power consumption seem to be something the AV industry is looking to conquer - just look at TVs today, very few have power on/off buttons. We have 3 new TVs in our house that are permanently in standby mode unless you switch them off at the wall because they are missing a power switch. It defies belief but that is what is being produced these days.
somfawa
18/10/2010
09:20
AGM 18 October 2010 at 2.00 p.m. who knows what might come out of it ......
substp
18/10/2010
09:11
every little helps, USB Speakers, 3M and hopefully more things to come.
rejawna
18/10/2010
09:06
I do not believe that USB speakers will ever be their future .
substp
18/10/2010
09:04
There are tons of cheap USB Speakers - another non-runner:- £7 new from 112 sellers Logitech S150 Digital USB PC multimedia speakers Black Performance and convenience in a compact, stylish notebook speaker set. Enjoy rich, digital USB sound, edgy design, and convenient volume controls. No batteries required. A ... 156 reviews - Add to Shopping List £18 new from 20 sellers LaCie USB Speakers PC multimedia speakers 13.5 cm x 9 cm x 10 cm The LaCie USB Speakers provide excellent digital audio for your laptop or desktop PC or Mac computer. With a frequency response of 90Hz-20kHz, they deliver clear, vibrant sound ... 13 reviews - Add to Shopping List £11 new from 64 sellers HP 2-piece USB Speakers PC multimedia speakers Surround your notebook or desktop PC with unbelievable sound! Just set up these USB-powered external speakers and get started - no outside power source is required. Add to Shopping List £15 new from 70 sellers Lenovo ThinkVision USB Soundbar PC multimedia speakers Dual speakers with two watts of total Root Mean Square (RMS) output for full range business audio sound; Power and audio volume are controlled directly from the soundbar; Two ... 2 reviews - Add to Shopping List £13 new from 66 sellers HP Thin USB Powered Speakers PC multimedia speakers With their sleek shape, and compact size, HP Thin USB Powered Speakers are designed for easy desktop placement and optimal stereo enjoyment of DVDs, CDs and digital audio. Add to Shopping List £12 new from 53 sellers Verbatim Portable USB Speaker System Portable speakers 4.6 cm x 4 cm x 10.5 cm The Verbatim Portable USB Speaker System is lightweight and fully portable making it ideal for use while traveling. It is also perfect for desktop use. There is no requirement ... Add to Shopping List £12 new from 13 sellers Altec Lansing BXR1220 Portable speakers 7 cm x 12.1 cm x 9.4 cm The BXR1220 computer audio system delivers quality stereo sound at an extremely affordable price. Features built in controls for convenience. 394 reviews - Add to Shopping List £52 new, £35 used from 7 sellers Logitech Z 5 PC multimedia speakers Unlike standard PC speakers that focus sound in one direction, the Logitech Z-5 speakers use omnidirectional acoustics that create a substantially wider sweet spot - an ... 142 reviews - Add to Shopping List £20 new from 51 sellers HP Thin USB Powered Speakers PC multimedia speakers 9.5 cm x 2.5 cm x 14.5 cm With their sleek shape, and compact size, HP Thin USB Powered Speakers are designed for easy desktop placement and optimal stereo enjoyment of DVDs, CDs and digital audio. Add to Shopping List £16 new from 52 sellers Verbatim USB Speaker System PC multimedia speakers Gloss black, 4.8 cm x 6.6 cm x 17 cm The Verbatim USB Speaker System is slightly larger than its portable sister and ideal for the desk top. The speaker system has a built in volume control and mute option so you ... Add to Shopping List
isis
18/10/2010
09:00
I don't know enough about NTX to compare. My interest in NTX is in a possible bombed out stock with strong speculative potential. My interest in TRT is in the very large chunk of money I have poured into it, plus the strong speculative potential. :-O Good news that the open offer shares were all taken up. Nigel Martin
gnnmartin
18/10/2010
08:27
Who can tell me what the royalties will be on each unit please ? Please point me to a link .
substp
18/10/2010
08:26
Let's not forget ...... DST is in the hands of 3m and not NXT management and 3m appear to have step up a pace with that conglomerate Quanta .... :-)
substp
18/10/2010
08:24
Subs Wherever the profits are going to come it is not from 3M. The royalties are going to be negligible even on high volumes. They sold part of silverware to survive a while back.
donalc
18/10/2010
08:23
I understand the management weren't at their best . But to raise this much money means that there is still something there or they wouldn't have got so much support .
substp
18/10/2010
08:20
That's why people lost their money on this before because of unsubstantiated claims of market share and sales that never materialised. Every time a new product came out like the iPod, Flat TV's etc. the nutters all started claiming NXT were World Leaders of this, that and the other. All Bolox.
isis
18/10/2010
08:16
They have the full raising for a start . I am a fortunate one as I didn't start buying in until it hit the bottom . I'm putting my money on the royalties coming in from 3m when Quanta starts releasing its new products at this year end . The potential could be staggering considering the size of Quanta.
substp
18/10/2010
08:08
substp - so just how does that help NXT? you might as well put 'it's Windy out'.
isis
18/10/2010
08:05
Thanks substp.
dafrog
18/10/2010
07:38
Aye ... heres an easier read ...... http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201010180700065191U
substp
18/10/2010
07:35
Couldn't read all due to bad formatting but ay 125% it was oversubscribed.
dafrog
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