Siemens PenPhone Prototype

Posted: Feb 9 2004, 8:34pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:16pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


Siemens PenPhone Prototype
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Siemens will show at the CeBit 2004 (March 18th) a PenPhone prototype

The prototype PenPhone uses a integrated handwriting-recognition module. It has the standard features of a GSM mobile phone. Users can just write down a phone number and the Siemens PenPhone will dial this number. It is also great for SMS messages. The Phone is 5.6 inches long with a diameter of about three-quarters of an inch. See also PCWorld Article.

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