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Kyocera Expands TFT Display Line, adding a new 5.7 inch diagonal VGA LCD

Vancouver, WA – March 22, 2006 – Kyocera announced today that it has expanded its popular V-Series line of liquid crystal displays with a new model offering VGA format in the same compact form factor as its standard QVGA product.

Kyocera’s new TFT 5.7” (diagonal) LCD module features VGA dot format, 350 cd/m2 typical brightness, a 75,000-hour life and an operating temperature range of -10 ~+70°C.  The new model is constructed with Kyocera’s advanced TFT manufacturing technology to deliver optimum image viewing with industry-leading color saturation, brightness and contrast.  Kyocera is accepting sample orders now – order part number TCG057VG1AC-G00.

Kyocera’s V-Series products feature TFT and CSTN transmissive and transflective designs in mechanically compatible configurations, and with compatible interfaces in a given size and type.  V-Series LCD modules offer Kyocera’s customers the ability to differentiate products by display type as well as provide a clear upgrade path.

For additional information on these or other V-Series Liquid Crystal Display products, please contact:

Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation
LC Division
5713 E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98661
PH:  800-826-0527
email:  joe.maurer@kyocera.com
URL:  americas.kyocera.com/lcd

About Kyocera
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation is headquartered in Vancouver, WA. The company manufactures advanced ceramic components and CERATIP cutting tools, and markets LCDs, thermal printheads, ultra high vacuum metallized assemblies and industrial lenses. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kyocera International, Inc. of San Diego, the North American holding company for Kyocera Corporation.

Kyoto, Japan-based Kyocera Corporation (NYSE:  KYO, http://www.kyocera.com ), the group’s global parent, employs approximately 60,000 people worldwide and recorded consolidated sales of $11 billion during the year ending March 31, 2005.


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