Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Mar 2013 10:10 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Japanese telecom operator Willcom has unveiled the 'Phone Strap 2 WX06A' which is the world's smallest and lightest phone. The phone measures 32x70x10.7 mm and weighs a mere 32 grams, to put it in perspective the iPhone 5 measures 123.8x58.6x7.6 mm and weighs 112 grams which is almost 4 times heavier than the Phone Strap 2." Why does Japan always get all the cool stuff. I'd love me one of these. Kawaii ne?
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What does this mean?
by judgen on Wed 6th Mar 2013 15:01 UTC
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I know there is a market for anything you can ever invent in Japan, but i actually like the ide that phones again should become small and light. The clumsy behemoths many people carry around theese days is sometimes a hindrance and also it looks kinda retarded.

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RE: What does this mean?
by Brendan on Thu 7th Mar 2013 08:25 in reply to "What does this mean?"
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What this means is that Japan continues to lag behind the rest of the world for "phones designed to be communication devices", but has become the world leader in "phones designed to be rammed up your butt".

- Brendan

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