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We attended the IWCE trade show in Orlando, FL. USA, there we released our new PTT Radio models: the real two way radio outlook touch screen PTT Android radio N58, our smaller handheld PTT network radio N45 and our full keypad DMR digital radio D57.
We were very busy both days, as many customers showed a lot of interested in Talkpod America's new product solutions. We are pleased to introducing our total PoC and DMR solution to the world.
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