KDDI took the opportunity to parade their Polaris robot handset concept at CEATEC, where it apparently closes up as a ball when not in use, only to blossom whenever you want to remove it from its cradle. It seems to come with a full touchscreen display – definitely something you won’t mind having at home, but it sure as heck doesn’t look convenient to tote around if the ball-like cradle needs to tag alongwherever you go.
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