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Kyocera Echo Dual-screen Android phone arriving on April 17th for $199.99

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2011

Echo, the dual-screen phone from Kyocera, set to arrive on Sprint’s network finally has a release date and a price. It was announced awhile back, and spotted at the FCC after that and now this odd Android handset will be making its way into our hands very soon.

Sprint has just announced the phone’s release date as April 17. Starting on March 26, you can reserve the phone if you like what it offers. The Kyocera Echo will cost you $199.99 with a 2-year contract on Sprint when it arrives.

Kyocera EOS phone is sexy, with a flexible OLED screen

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2009

Kyocera EOS phone is sexy, with a flexible OLED screenKyocera is gazing into the future of cell phones with this EOS phone. We like what we see. A whole lot. Even if this is but a dream. The flexible OLED display lets you fold it up like a wallet, which is pretty convenient. The shape-memory buttons will pop out from their flush position when you need them, like magic.

The most interesting aspect is its kinetic energy power. It works like a self-winding watch, so you always have juice, or so it would appear. The Kyocera EOS was created by industrial designer Susan McKinney, who likes to take long walks in the future, then show us what she saw.

Kyocera unveils new texting phones at CTIA Wireless 2009

Posted in Kyocera by Shane McGlaun on April 2nd, 2009

kyocerag2go_m2000-sbOf all the people I know who use cell phones, the single most common application they use is texting. A few of my friends text pretty much constantly and prefer texting to voice calls, which many users do. For the heavy text user, a phone that is designed for easy texting is necessary.

Kyocera has announced two new phones that are aimed at heavy text users and have a low price. The first of the two handsets is the Kyocera G2GO M2000 slider. A full QWERTY keyboard slides out in landscape mode for easy texting. The device supports Bluetooth, SMS, EMS, MMS, IM, and POP3/IMPA email. A 1.3-megapixel camera phone is built-in and memory expansion is up to 8GB with a microSD card.

Kyocera launches G2GO M2000 & Laylo M1400 budget phones

Posted in Kyocera by Conner Flynn on April 1st, 2009

Kyocera launches G2GO M2000 & Laylo M1400 budget phonesKyocera intro’d two new CDMA phones, the G2GO M2000 & Laylo M1400, at CTIA 2009. Both are sliders on the budget end of the spectrum. The Kyocera G2GO M2000 sports a 2.4-inch display. Some main features include e-mail, speakerphone, messaging, 1.3-megapixel camera, microSD card slot, WAP browser, voice dialing, personal organizer, Bluetooth with stereo, 500-contact phone book, 3G support and of course, a music player.

The Kyocera Laylo M1400 features a slide-out standard numeric keypad, 2.2-inch display, Bluetooth, 500-contact phone book, VGA camera, text and multimedia messaging, speaker-independent voice recognition, speakerphone, WAP browser, instant messaging, personal organizer and a voice memo recorder.

The Kyocera NS01 is the first real “belt” phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on January 29th, 2009

The Kyocera NS01 is the first real “belt” phoneThe Kyocera NS01 is not the best and most powerful phone available right now, but what it lacks in power, it makes up for in cutting edge geek fashion. The handset features an integrated belt, so it will hold up your pants while taking a call.

The NS01 features a 2.8 QVGA Screen, a 1.97MP camera, and e-wallet. Hey, at least you won’t lose your phone if it’s attached to your pants. There isn’t a ton of info, but I’m assuming it can detach easily while it is acting as a belt, because otherwise things could get comical real quick. Like if your friend needs to use your phone in an emergency, you would want to be able to quickly detach it. Because one guy on his knees, talking to someone in your crotch area in public doesn’t look good. It also doesn’t look good if you walk around hunched over talking to your own belt buckle as you try to pull it closer to no avail.

Kyocera whips out world’s fastest inkjet printhead

Posted in Peripherals by Shane McGlaun on March 25th, 2008

Kyocera KJ4 PrintheadI’m betting that I am not the only printer owner that feels like I have to wait an eternity to get my photos printed out from my inkjet printer. A faster printer that still produces good image quality would be great for many of us.

Kyocera announced a new printhead today that may help meet that goal called the KJ4 series. Kyocera calls that printhead the world’s fastest drop-on-demand inkjet print head. The device can print full 600 dpi color output at 150 meters per minute which is over five miles per hour.

Kyocera preps 802.11n KR2 portable router

Posted in Kyocera,Routers,Wi-Fi by Nino Marchetti on October 24th, 2007

Kyocera KR2 Mobile RouterKyocrea Wireless recently unveiled a new portable router which supports 802.11n (Draft 2.0) for faster wireless connections. The Kyocera KR2 Mobile Router will be available sometime in early 2008.

The Kyocera KR2 Mobile Router follows on the heels of the award-winning KR1. The KR2, besides supporting 802.11n, is designed to work with PCMCIA, ExpressCard and USB devices for wireless connectivity. It can also also act as a regular router via wired connections. A dedicated button helps setup and bolster wireless security, with the router featuring VPN-L2TP and enhanced encryption for network security.