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Nic Rossmüller
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Casio W51CA and Hitachi W51H

content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Nic Rossmüller
Tuesday, January 23rd 2007 - 19:51 CET - Comments: 0
F onix Speech, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Fonix Corporation specializing in embedded speech interfaces for mobile devices, handheld electronic products, video game systems and processors, announces Fonix DECtalk text-to-speech (TTS) on two new dictionary-enabled mobile phones for the Japanese market introduced by Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications, a company providing customers with highly reliable mobile phone products packed with cutting-edge technologies, and Casio Soft Co., Ltd., a mobile technology company integrating Casio hardware and software to worldwide mobile applications.
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Hitachi W51H and Casio W51CA - Fonix DECtalk

Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications' (CHMC) two new mobile phones - the Casio W51CA and the Hitachi W51H, which are built on the BREW operating system - feature Fonix text-to-speech and are now available for sale in Japan. Casio Soft integrated Fonix TTS into the Mobile Dictionary, which ‘speaks' dictionary words and sentences to the user in English. Fonix receives unit royalties from the sale of each phone. "Casio Soft chose Fonix text-to-speech as the voice of the Mobile Dictionary because Fonix DECtalk is clear and understandable," says Yutaka Kida, Planning Department Manager, Casio Soft. "We're excited to offer customers such a useful, high-quality device."

 

Fonix text-to-speech - Casio and Hitachi mobile phones

"These new Casio and Hitachi phones feature Fonix technology embedded directly on the devices," explains Walt Nawrocki, Senior VP and GM, Fonix Speech. "Casio Soft and CHMC have done a terrific job of engineering yet another way to incorporate TTS technology into a handheld device by combining a helpful e-dictionary and a mobile phone. We're expecting customers to readily accept these phones and create market demand for them."

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