AccessKey IP Intros TekCase Protective Cases, Added Battery Life for Mobile Devices
AccessKey IP/TeknoCreations, a developer of tailor-made products for digital communications, entertainment-related services and specific consumer electronics platforms, reportedly has announced that it will unveil its latest product line, TekCase, at 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The company said that its new ‘TekCase’ is a line of protective leather cases tailor-made for smart phones or personal digital assistant phones and other mobile devices that include Apple’s iPhone 3G, Palm’s Treo Pro, and Nintendo’s DS Lite. These cases are ideal for serious business traveler or users.
TekCase is a patent-pending protective case that incorporates a concealed ultra slim lithium polymer battery and circuitry in it. This will help in extending the covered product’s use time by as much as 75 percent to 150 percent that varies by product, said the company.
Bruce Palmer, AccessKey IP president, that the TekCase line was developed to enhance the consumer’s experience with products that require significant battery usage.
“How many times have you run out of power only to discover you didn’t have your charger or you weren’t anywhere where you could charge your phone?” Palmer said. “We are very excited to be adding the TekCases to our current products, including our highly successful InCharge inductive chargers for the Nintendo Wii; Microsoft (News - Alert) xBox 360 and Sony PS3.”
In addition, AccessKey IP will also showcase its AV Remote product, which is an inductive charging solution for TV remote controls. This charging solution eliminates the need to replace handheld controller batteries that are usually used in TV remote controls. Currently, the AV Remote will be available to the Hospitality industry only, said the company.
AccessKey IP said that all its new products could be previewed on the company’s website after the CES (News - Alert) show. The company is also known as TeknoCreations. Its AccessKey products offer complete access to triple play set-top-box (voice, video and data) and quadruple play set-top-box (voice, video, data and wireless) offerings of cable, telecom, satellite and broadband service providers.
The home and flash drive-sized AccessKey PC offers subscribers with facilities like video-on-demand, channel surf streaming high-definition quality television content, navigate the internet, play video or internet-based games, listen to music, VoIP, video conference, run a full array of computing applications, securely store data and more, said the company.
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Edited by Michael Dinan