Mon 01-05-98 02:19 pm


CRANFORD, N.J. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A New Jersey computer company claims it has assembled a prototype of a super transistor that might have come from extraterrestrial technology.

There are rumors that the device – called a “transfer capacitor” – was found in 1947 at the site of an alleged crashed saucer near Roswell, New Mexico.

The American Computer Company says the prototype is as tiny as a transistor but is able to store 200 times more information. The device may make it possible to build poker chip-sized hard drives without any moving parts that can hold up to 100 gigabytes of information.

Company spokesman John Kravath admits no one knows the transfer capacitor’s true origins or its potential because the device is about 150 years ahead of current technology.

As for the rumor that the transfer capacitor was recovered from a crashed saucer, company officials say they’re keeping an open mind and believe the device could also have been created by American engineers or even Nazi rocket scientists.

Kravath says American Computer Company is building a new lab to study the device and, hopefully, figure out how the darned thing works.

CONTACT: John Kravath, ****; Cranford, NJ; (908) 931-1200

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