SOURCE: SpeechSwitch, Inc.

June 14, 2010 10:00 ET

SpeechSwitch, Inc. (USOTC: SSWC) Announces the Kenergy™ Solar Recharger Product Launch for Recharging iPods and iPhones*

FLEMINGTON, NJ--(Marketwire - June 14, 2010) - Ken Glynn, President of SpeechSwitch, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SSWC), announced today that the company will launch the Kenergy™ Solar Recharger for recharging iPods®, iPhones® and other small electronic devices. The very portable Kenergy™ Solar Recharger attaches to mobile phones and other devices to recharge their batteries. The device itself is solar rechargeable and needs no outlet to recharge the iPod® or iPhone®. The Kenergy™ device weighs in at only 45 grams, and includes a 5v, 60 mA solar panel. It will retail at $37.50 and undercut competitive products. The launch, along with three other existing solar chargeable products, is planned for July 7, 2010. Marketing will be multifaceted and will include internet and magazine advertising, as well as a live sales team who will seek retail outlets for wholesale arrangements. (* iPod® and iPhone® are trademarks of Apple, Inc. The Kenergy™ Solar Recharger is not an Apple product. Kenergy™ is a trademark of SpeechSwitch, Inc.)

We are devoted to the development and sale of products in four SSWC categories: Solar power systems; Solar products; Wind turbine systems and other Creative products -- SSWC, that's our symbol! We will build value through four mechanisms -- rigorous development of a new inventions patent portfolio; licenses/acquisitions of third party patents; marketing of existing novel products; and development of proprietary products through strategic alliances. (SpeechSwitch, Inc. is an independent, publicly traded company and is not affiliated with iVoice, Inc. or its related companies. We are no longer in the speech recognition systems business.)

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Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Ken Glynn
    908 788 0077