Panasonic's KX-TCD820 to feature USB slot for PC communication

Posted on Tuesday, July 26 2005 @ 5:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
PhoneMag writes Panasonic will soon launch the KX-TCD820 cell phone with unique PC compatibility features for syncing data with Outlook/Outlook Express like contact information and transferring other files like ringtones and more.

To make a connection with a PC the handset will feature a USB port.

“This way, not only tones and tunes can be transferred. The telephone will also be able to store Outlook addresses and appointments and more,” said Panasonic’s Mike Bolatzky at a recent wireless presentation in Hamburg, Germany.

The phone will ship in September together with a cradle that contains a joystick, enabling the consumer to direct the phone's communication functions with the computer.

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