"Teletex": Costly Smart Phone Expenses End When Using This Device

This new device is a non-cellular cordless phone that is optimized for texting and e-mail or texting for surfing the internet. It was made for those who could be in harm’s way when cycling, jogging, running or walking. The Teletex is a fully functional, non-cellular “smartphone” designed for home and business use. The intent is to provide the convenience of smartphone technology in the form of a fiber optic cable or VoIP internet operated cordless home phone, without incurring the exorbitant data usage fees charged for standard cellular service. And, because the Teletex is used “at home,” consumers will be far less likely to be distracted while on-the-go and as such, reducing cell phone related accidents.
 
Basically, it is comprised of a handheld receiver and charging base. The receiver measures approximately 6” H x 3.25” W and is a slim 1” in depth. On the front of the phone, a 3’ x 5” LCD touchscreen is featured. Configured to operate on home-based, copper fiber optic cable or Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology, the Teletex receiver also contains two small stereo speakers for playing stored or streaming music. In addition, this handheld unit is configured with texting capabilities, internet access, pre-installed apps with the ability to install more band programmable menu options, such as ring tone settings, number storage, and voice mail retrieval. Powered by a battery source the receiver is cradled into the system’s base for charging. This charging base also features a USB port. The Teletex offers data storage like smartphones and can be offered with capacities of 8, 16, 32, and 64 gigabytes. Televised test marketing has recently been completed indicating strong consumer interest in Teletex. 
 
Teletex is Patent Pending and was invented by Mckenzie & Passro of NY, NY who said, “Teletex eliminates the need to rely on expensive data service and allows users to make and receive calls, access the internet, and more…all without incurring costly charges typical to cellular service providers. This device works.”
 
EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company Operations Center, P.O. Box 1682, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576  212-620-2629   www.invents.com   

Contact: Jeanne Nelson   Media Dept:  8246   (646) 503-4817   Jeanne@invents.com

Source: Invents Company

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