Cyberhand Technologies International Inc., a design, marketing and distribution company, providing new consumer electronic technologies using innovative ergonomic designs, will be releasing the first glimpse of its new “MiniTalk1” VoIP and Speech Recognition microphones on Oct. 10.
The new microphones, billed as some of the world’s smallest and most accurate, will eliminate the need for headphones during game play, chat sessions or software assisted typing. The products, marketed under the Pocketop brand, will be available for purchase directly in the first quarter of 2009.
“We want to bring our Pocketop brand to represent a multi-product platform that has the quality that everyone has come to expect from one of the world’s best-selling, folding keyboard manufacturer,” said Michael Burke, president of Cyberhand Technologies.
“We will back this new line of retail home and business products with the best support and warranty in the market. At Cyberhand, we win if you win and we intend to give you the tools to always be on top in business at school or just playing your favorite game. Look for the kangaroo on a brand new product line.”
The company already has plans for the motion sensitive “MiniTalk2” that will allow you to adjust the microphone volume and features with a simple wave of your hand, and “MiniTalk3” that is Bluetooth, has all of the features of “MiniTalk2,” is rechargeable and can be used anywhere.
Cyberhand Technologies International will also be expanding the Pocketop retail lines to include “GetLow,” the world’s first intelligent Bluetooth headphones, and a new, unique hand-held software controller simply called “FreeHand.”
Cyberhand Robotics Corporation, a subsidiary of Cyberhand Technologies International, is a new company that consists of all of the technology and intellectual property related to the development of an Ergonomic Computer Mouse and a line of Computer Game Controllers. A unique feature of the Ergonomic Computer Mouse is its ability to eliminate computer related repetitive stress injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Edited by Eve Sullivan