Nevada-based Massive Dynamics has introduced new methods to speed up the branding and packaging of its new TeliPad smartphone device. The company designs, develops and manufactures accessories and equipment for Apple, Android (News - Alert) and PC devices besides long range wireless technology solutions.
The TeliPad device has been launched by Massive Dynamics recently and its popularity and preorder activity encouraged the company to fast track the new product, said officials.
A unique feature of the TeliPad is that it can “add” a two-line smartphone to an existing Apple (News - Alert) iPad, iPad mini, Android tablet or Windows tablet. This capability is expected to eliminate the necessity to carry a separate smartphone if the user already possesses a computing tablet. This two line functionality enables a single TeliPad device to take the place of two smartphones and a tablet. The user will then require only the tablet to communicate online and via phone.
The TeliPad product is compact and is similar in size to a credit card which can be easily stuck to the back of a computing tablet. It can also be placed in close proximity as it is operable using Bluetooth connectivity.
Officials added that the TeliPad is compatible with iOS, Android and Windows tablets and its smartphone function is compatible with AT&T, Verizon (News - Alert), T-Mobile, and Cellular One carrier networks besides other network that supports SIMM. Sprint network systems technology does not support TeliPad now.
Massive Dynamics develops communications technology and products that leverage universal Web 4.0 technologies. The Internet and associated electronics devices are quickly moving toward Web 4.0, known as “Intelligent Interaction”.
Recently, Massive Dynamics launched the development and production of the first Web 4.0 student’s desk and first fully Web 4.0 classrooms. This classroom is intended to enable students to have endless information at their fingertips and interact with their teacher at a faster and more involved level.
Both the new desk and classroom solution will elevate learning speed and help circumvent peer pressure hindrances to students. The company is in talks with institutions of higher learning and expects to announce the location of the classroom project shortly. New developments in touch sensitive glass technology will be leveraged to optimize the project, said officials.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman