January 24, 2005

Baby cell phone to hit India soon

Harmless radiation cell phones for babies with unique features, will hit the Indian market in the next few months, according to Sify.com.

"G-Hanz, GmbH Germany's leading consumer electronics company, will launch the unique product by by the end of June which will enable the parents to keep a close watch on their offspring.

The handset will enable the parents to know the location of the child. It will have facility to send an automatic SMS and e-mail in the event of the child crossing the defined boundaries. Also, it would have facility to call select ten numbers, thereby cutting on the possible misuse of the mobile phone.

The company was expecting a huge market for the product as the ones in the market were considered harmful to children. In developed countries, children were being discouraged to use mobile phones, he claimed quoting media reports.

G-Hanz uses the technology developed by EMX Corporation. The biochip technology of the EMX is designed to block harmful radiation by superimposing a random noise field, the company has claimed. "

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