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Updated: July 21, 2011 22:53 IST

Wrist mobile phone from Wireless Gadgets

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V.F. John Yesudhas, Wireless Gadgets Manufacturers India Pvt. Ltd. CEO, Southeast Asia, with TB 007 - a wrist mobile phone - at its launch in Chennai on Thursday. Photo : Bijoy Ghosh
V.F. John Yesudhas, Wireless Gadgets Manufacturers India Pvt. Ltd. CEO, Southeast Asia, with TB 007 - a wrist mobile phone - at its launch in Chennai on Thursday. Photo : Bijoy Ghosh

Wireless Gadgets Manufacturers India Pvt. Ltd., which owns Techberry brand of mobile phones, MIDs, pen drive and memory cards, on Thursday launched wrist mobile phone, TB 007.

Introducing the product, V. F. John Yesudhas, CEO, Southeast Asia, said the TB 007, priced at Rs.8,499, was a compact and light weight mobile phone having all features of a normal hand held phone which could be worn as a wrist watch.

Equipped with GPRS, Bluetooth and a USB port, TB 007 can store up to 500 phone book entries and supports a micro SD external memory card of up to 4 GB.

Mr. Yesudhas said the company currently was offering 12 models priced between Rs.1,499 and Rs.12,999. Last year, it introduced projector mobiles.

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