Motorola Ojo Personal Video Phone Now Available Nationwide

July 7, 2005
Motorola Ojo

Experiencing a powerful face-to-face conversation with those important to you just got a little easier, as Motorola, Inc. today expanded the retail availability of the Ojo Personal Video Phone. Tweeter Home Entertainment, Magnolia Audio Video, and Harvey Electronics retail outlets nationwide will now carry the award-winning Motorola Ojo.

With the addition of these new partners, consumers from coast-to-coast can now walk in to a convenient retail location and experience Motorola Ojo first-hand. Motorola now offers Ojo in over 200 retail locations.

Motorola Ojo makes it easy to share special moments and feel close to people important to you, even when you can’t physically be together. The phone enables face-to-face conversations – complete with full-motion video and synchronized audio – over any high-speed Internet connection1, keeping friends, family, co-workers, and more seamlessly connected.

“Tweeter is constantly seeking out cool new technology for our customers,� said Dave Malin, vice president solutions and services, Tweeter Home Entertainment Group. “The Motorola Ojo is a unique product with a huge wow factor. We anticipate that it will be very popular with our customer base. The best part is that it is easy to use. If you can dial a phone - you can operate an Ojo.�

“Over 85% of the consumers that have purchased Ojo have said that their video telephony experience has met or exceeded their expectations. With the addition of these new retail locations, even more consumers have the opportunity to experience Ojo for themselves,� said David Grubb, vice president, Motorola consumer entertainment solutions. “Across the board, our new retail partners are industry leaders in serving their customers with innovative product selections and consumer electronics expertise.�

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