CES Floor Cam, Disposable/Recyclable Cell Phones

Posted: Jan 7 2005, 5:10pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:21pm CDT, in News | CES

 
CES Floor Cam, Disposable/Recyclable Cell Phones
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Hop-on, Inc., the leading developer of disposable and fully recyclable cell phones, is featuring the CDMA 2000 cell phones at the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show.

There are three CDMA handset models targeted at different price points. Model HPN1900-01 targets entry level customers in the U.S. and emerging markets such as China, India and Latin America and Model HPN1900-02 (Photo) is directed towards the mid-tier price points.

The third phone (Model HPN1900-03) is Hop-on's disposable/recyclable cell phone with a voice feed back to the user instead of an LCD screen and is the Company's lowest cost CDMA handset.

In addition, the Company is providing a live webcam feed directly from the show floor. Check it out.

 Hop-on CDMA 2000 Cell Phone



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