Kyoto / Neuss – The Japanese technology group Kyocera, one of the
leading manufacturers of electronic products, has expanded its product range to
include three new LCDs that feature wide 170° horizontal and vertical viewing angles and extreme brightness of 1200cd/m², making them suitable for almost any interior or exterior application.
Kyocera Document Solutions, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, completes its entry level range of A3 mono multifunction devices with the launch of TASKalfa 1801 and 2201. These feature-rich MFPs, with print speeds of up to 22ppm (A4), ensure customers get many of the intuitive functions normally available on higher end devices, enhancing overall workflow and performance. Advanced functionality and lower purchase price reduce impact on customers‘ bottom line, making them the best choice for busy offices looking for cost effective solutions.
Continually building on its long track record of waterproof devices both in Japan and the U.S.
Kyoto/Neuss – Over the past couple of years, Kyocera Corporation has made a name for itself in the waterproof and rugged mobile-phone space. Since 2008, the company has launched more than 40 waterproof devices, highlighted by the award-winning DIGNO Series in Japan and the Hydro Series, Dura Series and ultra-rugged Torque in the U.S. At GSMA Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014, taking place from February 24-27 in Barcelona, Spain, Kyocera’s booth (Hall 5 Booth 5E20) will feature the company’s wide-ranging line of waterproof smartphones and feature phones and original technologies — including demonstrations of its proprietary Smart Sonic Receiver speaker-less audio technology for mobile phones.
Even after ten years in constant operation, the installation at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) is still highly efficient, with output degradation of just 5 percent.
Kyoto / Neuss − For ten years, a test system using Kyocera solar modules that is equipped with high-precision measuring equipment has been in operation at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE), Europe’s largest solar research institute. Researchers regularly analyze operating data and check the output of random modules annually in Fraunhofer ISE’s test lab. Even after ten years in constant operation, the Kyocera KC 125G modules* still deliver excellent results, with the independent Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy having measured and confirmed an output degradation of just five percent.
The highest quality and outstanding design – these are the qualities that have set Kyocera's premium ceramic knives apart for over 30 years. To mark the anniversary, Kyocera will present a limited edition of its FK-140WH-S knife, with a production run of just 5,000. The ceramic knife experts will be showing the limited edition knife, along with their other products, at Ambiente, the leading international consumer goods trade fair (Hall 3.1, Stand A40) from 7 to 11 February in Frankfurt, Germany.
Kyoto/Neuss − Kyocera is one of the world's leading manufacturers of premium ceramic knives. Its products have become firmly established in the market thanks to their long life, outstanding sharpness and elegant design – continuing to attract the attention of both professional chefs and consumers alike.