Screen Grabs: Kyocera Echo goes back to the alternate-reality future in Fringe

Sean Hollister
S. Hollister|05.07.11

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Screen Grabs: Kyocera Echo goes back to the alternate-reality future in Fringe
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We liked the Kyocera Echo quite a bit, but perhaps the dual-screen tabletphone concept is a mite ahead of its time -- here it is fifteen years from now, helping the Fringe team pull up security blueprints for an opera house. Or perhaps Astrid has become a vintage technology connoisseur? We have to admit it's a step up from the Streak seismograph, but we can't help but frown -- we wouldn't be caught dead running Froyo in the year 2026, after all.

[Thanks, Prince C.]

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