Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) February 1, 2011
The new Fischer Handheld Device offers an ingenious concept for a cellular smart phone and a netbook computer built into one. Innovatively designed in a six-fold configuration, the Fischer Handheld Device closes to fit into a pocket like a Blackberry®, and expands to reveal a netbook computer featuring a QWERTY keyboard, and a sizable touch screen display. In its compact form, the unit would operate as a traditional smartphone.
The Fischer Handheld Device was designed by Richard M. Fischer of Parsippany, NJ. He said “My invention is designed to offer anyone from business travelers to students, everything they need in one compact and convenient device. Combining the user friendly characteristics of a notebook computer with the convenience of a smartphone, the Fischer Handheld Device should find a wide, receptive, and sizable market.”
To view images of the Fischer Handheld Device, along with complete information on design features, advantages, benefits, target markets, and distribution channels view the web pages for this product: http://www.sellidea.com/?id=1959 or http://www.virtual-prototype.com/?id=1960 or http://www.inventionpublicity.com/?id=2005.
Development of this product is being handled by Invention Resource International. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at: Invention Resource International 2929 E. Camelback Road, Suite 230 – Phoenix, AZ 85016 – (800) 778-8814 – FAX (480) 907-2635 or contact: Susan Windham Susan(dot)windham(at)inventionresource(dot)com (520) 413-1447.
RE: 319060 – Fischer Handheld Device
INVENTOR: Richard M. Fischer
Provisional Patent: US 61/405,201