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future phone, Eitaro Iwata, Fujitsu
The beauty of written communication has been incarnated into the mobile phone by Fujitsu. The user can just write the letter with the pen by Eitaro Iwata, which actually has a sensor on its tip. Then this device turns the patterns into the digital material one may store or transmit. When finished, the customer may review this material on the organic EL transparent display and mail it to the intended recipient.
future phone, Eitaro Iwata, Fujitsu, communication device

future phone, Eitaro Iwata, Fujitsu, written communication

future phone, Eitaro Iwata, Fujitsu, written communication

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