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Personal Communications Devices (PCD) Shows Diverse Portfolio of Wireless Devices at CTIA Enterprise and Applications™ 2010


HAUPPAUGE, NY and SAN FRANCISCO, CA (October 6, 2010) – Personal Communications Devices, LLC (PCD), a leading provider of wireless devices to service providers in North and South America for more than 25 years, showcases a wide range of devices and technologies at CTIA Enterprise and Applications™ 2010 (Booth #709).

“The breadth and depth of devices we’re showcasing at this year’s CTIA Enterprise and Applications™ Show exemplifies who we are and the diversity of products we offer,” said Philip Christopher, President and CEO of PCD. “From a classic flip phone for basic everyday use —the CDM8635—to a handset with 24/7 access to more than 15 TV channels—the Sharp FX—we offer something for everyone and work with our partners to ensure we meet every customer’s cellular needs.”

Featured Products:

Sharp FX™
Equipped with Mobile TV and 24/7 programming, the Sharp FX™ allows users to watch broadcast quality full-length episodes of shows from 17 TV channels, including ABC, Comedy Central, ESPN and MTV.  It comes with a full touch screen display and slide-out keyboard, which makes messaging quick and easy, an MP3 player, 2.0 megapixel digital camera with camcorder and Bluetooth® 2.1. The Sharp FX ™ also provides users with a 3G high-speed wireless connection, access to major social media networks and GPS capabilities.

Pantech Jest™
This slider phone allows users to express their own tastes through Self Icon and banner personalization and stay socially connected through easy access to social networks. The Jest™ comes equipped with a unique media center with the option to manage ringtones, wallpapers and games from personal networks, as well as a V CAST music player with Rhapsody® digital music service with easy-to-use external controls for downloading soundtracks and albums or syncing playlists with a PC.

A straightforward compact flip phone designed for ease of use and maximum phone functionality, the CDM8635 offers a simple solution for any consumer to stay connected. A large external display font makes it easier to read, voice-activated dialing makes it easier to dial, and a Noise Suppressor option makes it easier for the listener to hear. Other key features of the CDM8635 are its Slow Speech option that reduces the speed of the voice on the other end of the line and frequency altering for hearing compensation.

Droid Incredible™ by HTC
This Android-powered touch screen device by HTC comes equipped with HTC Sense for content personalization, an 8MP camera, 1GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, Instant Sharing and Friends applications, advanced speech recognition and Skype Mobile.  The 3G Mobile Hotspot application offers access for up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices.  It features a 720p video camera to film in HD, an LED flashlight, and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for quick downloading of applications and content including games, video and other web experiences.

HTC Desire™
Also powered by Android, this touch screen smartphone is a slim, stylish device with fast 1GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, packed with features including a 5MP autofocus camera with flash and integrated GPS, WiFi capabilities, seven customizable home screens, Google™ Maps with audible turn-by-turn directions and an 8GB pre-installed microSD memory card™. Access to the Android Market allows users to easily browse 50,000+ applications and download directly over the mobile network.

Featured Technology Demonstrations

PCD’s Advanced Device Division will be hosting a demonstration from CyWee, a company that specializes in motion-sensing capabilities in personal computers (PCs), home entertainment, and mobile devices. CyWee will demonstrate how its real-time wireless video streaming and motion-sensing technologies can be used in mobile devices to create a mobile console.  Content on a mobile device, such as photos, videos, movies, music, web sites, games and other mobile applications, can be streamed wirelessly to an HDTV. Simultaneously, the mobile device can be used as a wireless gesture-based 3D controller to interact with the content and play video games.

For details on PCD and any of the company’s devices, please visit PCD at Booth #709.

About Personal Communications Devices, LLC (PCD)
PCD (http://www.pcdphones.com/) is committed to bringing you the wireless world through innovative wireless devices and rich service offerings. PCD serves as a global gateway for technology partners, providing high-quality, reliable and versatile wireless communications devices including handsets, smartphones, netbooks, messaging devices and wireless broadband modems to carriers throughout North and South America. PCD conducts product planning and development on CDMA, GSM/GPRS and HSDPA platforms, and provides technical testing quality control as well as marketing and warranty support for its carrier and technology partners, differentiating it from other wireless industry suppliers. PCD is based in Hauppauge, New York, and maintains operations and support facilities in Brea, California, and Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

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