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Panasonic A100 series handsets are smaller then a credit card

Panasonic Mobile also unveiled today the A100 Series mini phones. The A100, A101 and A102 handsets are simple, stylish and smaller than the average credit card.

Mr Masatoshi Kitade, Managing Director, Panasonic Mobile Communications Europe said: “The A100 Series is a natural extension to our range of mini mobile phones, which have proved to be a huge success with male and female users alike. Many of our customers tell us that they want straightforward, no-nonsense handsets without compromising on style. The A100 Series answers that need with a great combination of form and function.”

A100 Mini Mobile – Simple and Stylish

Super small and super cool, the A100 comes in three colours (red, blue and black). It’s easy to use and looks great with its ultra mini design. The A100 is tri-band and features polyphonic ring tones, pre loaded games and can store 250 contacts in the phonebook.

A101 Mini Mobile – Sporty and Stylish

The A101 is designed for consumers who need a mobile to fit their busy lifestyles. This tri-band model is small enough to be carried or worn at all times – perfect for outdoor activities. Its sporty design will appeal to those who appreciate good design and useful features, including 16-polyphonic ring tones, SMS, melody composer and pre-loaded games.

A102 Mini Mobile – Elegant and Stylish

The A102 is elegantly designed, and perfect for day-to-day calls and texting. It is tri-band, SMS ready and comes with 16-polyphonic ring tones. The A102 also has a melody composer for personalisation, two pre-loaded games and has an impressive phone book memory of 250 (plus SIM). These features are combined with a scheduler, to do list, vibration alert, calculator and currency converter.

The A100 Series is available from Summer 2004.

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