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- Sanyo refreshes Katana at Sprint Nextel, Samsung bolsters Alltel with Hue. Carson, Phil // RCR Wireless News;7/23/2007, Vol. 26 Issue 27, p4
The article presents updates on the cellular telephone industry. Sanyo Corp. has delivered two new handsets, the Katana II and the Katana DLX, priced at $50 ant $130, respectively. In other news, Sprint Nextel knocked $100 off its HTC Mogul, now priced at $300. The carrier sliced $80 off its...
- Cool Tools. Shaw, Keith // Network World;1/8/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p22
The article offers information about the two electronic devices launched at the 2007 Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Treo 750 smart phone from Palm Inc. and Cingular Wireless LLC offers Cingular customers access to its high-speed Universal Mobile Telecommunications...
- Sanyo: across three oceans. Babyak, Richard J. // Appliance Manufacturer;Feb97, Vol. 45 Issue 2, pG-20
Focuses on Sanyo, manufacturer of home appliances, consumer electronics, office electronics, batteries and industrial equipment. Meaning of the company's name; Percentage sales of Sanyo products; Major appliances of the company; Sanyo's other appliance manufacturing facilities; Innovative...
- High-powered batteries. // World Monitor;Dec92, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p8
Reports the latest advance over the one-time-use battery is an innovative rechargeable--the nickel-metal hydride battery--being produced by Osaka-based Sanyo Electric. An alternative to the widely used nickel-cadmium, or nicad, battery; How it can store 80 percent more power than a nicad; More.
- Credit-card-size shaver. Remich Jr., Norman C. // Appliance Manufacturer;May93, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p65
Presents the battery-operated shaver SV-P700 by Sanyo in Japan. Size; 40-minute operation time with one alkaline AA battery; Equipped with a strong but flexible super-thin ruthenium and cobalt-coated foil; Soft case and cleaning brush; Portable-shaving package.
- Sanyo develops 2.5GB CD-ROM. // Electronic News;9/19/94, Vol. 40 Issue 2032, p24
Reports development of a laser pickup and disc technology by Sanyo Electric Company. Implications of the invention; Comments of the company's spokesman on the development.
- Piped-in sunlight. DiChristina, Mariette; Normile, Dennis // Popular Science;Sep92, Vol. 241 Issue 3, p41
States that Sanyo Electric Co. of Japan is developing a solar duct that will bring natural sunlight deep within a building. How it works; Benefits.
- Another dimension. // Variety;10/17/94, Vol. 356 Issue 12, p160
Reports on Sanyo Electric Co.'s development of a process to convert two-dimensional images into three-dimensional ones.
- Sanyo to build new factory in Indonesia. // Appliance Manufacturer;Nov94, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p18
Reports on Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd.'s construction of a new factory for machining and assembly of rotary compressor pumps in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia. Scheduled operation; Production capacity.