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Hop-on to Launch New MP3 Phone at CES 2006Launch its new 1885 MP3 phone at CES 2006 (December 28, 2005)
Hop-on, Inc. announced that it plans to launch its new 1885 MP3 phone at CES 2006. This latest offering is a high-quality, low-cost handset that targets the mid-tier phone market in the US.
Dan Gannon, Chief Executive Officer of Hop-on, commented, "We are excited to unveil our latest offering at CES. Our 1885 phone has all the features contained in top of the line candy bar style phones but at a reasonable price. The domestic US market expects to pay a considerable amount of money for a full-feature MP3 phone but we are trying to change that view. Our low overhead costs allow us to offer high-quality, high-functionality handsets at lower prices than the major players in our market. As a result of our size and supply chain flexibility our technology cycle is considerably faster than the incumbents. We are pleased to be a domestic company that has the ability to compete with the international arena on both price and quality."
Hop-on's new MP3 phone, model 1885, is 95x43x18.5 mm. It is a tri-band handset (900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz), with a vibrant color screen. It is a GPRS class 10 phone, with SMS and MMS messaging capability. The phone comes standard with a VGA pixel CMOS digital camera. An FM radio and JAVA games are also standard features.
About Hop-on, Inc.
Hop-on (OTC: HPNN) develops and markets wireless phones and accessories as well as other consumer electronic equipment including the DVD's and wireless surveillance systems. Its cellular product line includes the next generation CDMA2000 handsets designed by its R&D team as well as GSM/WIFI handsets. Hop-on targets its phones to both emerging market carriers and other domestic carriers and resellers needing an entry level priced phone. In addition, Hop-on offers a line of innovative and attractively priced wireless accessories for both Hop-on phones and other leading manufacturers as well as affordable, wireless surveillance systems. Hop-on is also known for developing the world's first disposable cell phone. It was an IS-95 CDMA phone that was sold to consumers with prepaid airtime and included the capability to add on additional minutes. For more information, visit http://www.Hop-on.com.
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