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Hi-Tech Wealth Expands Patent Portfolio
Friday, July 13, 2007
Four New Patents Strengthen Leadership in Branded Digital Devices
Beijing, China -- Hi-Tech Wealth Inc. (BULLETIN BOARD: HITW) , a leading consumer sales and marketing company engaged in the development and distribution of proprietary and branded digital mobile devices, today announced that it has received four patents covering the Company's design of its recently launched Solar Mobile Phone. Hi-Tech Wealth launched the Solar Mobile Phone in May 2007.
"Over the past year, we have introduced unique digital mobile devices like the Information Security phone and, most recently, the Solar Mobile Phone. We are so pleased to expand our patent portfolio and protect the innovative features we create and ultimately market to China's niche consumer markets," stated Dr. ZhengYu Zhang, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Hi-Tech Wealth.
Today's announcement reflects the following patent awards:
- Patent No.200620120875.6, which covers the Solar Mobile Phone's built-in battery;
- Patent No.200620120876.0, which covers the Solar Mobile Phone's handheld design;
- Patent No.200620148418.8, which covers the Solar Mobile Phone's handheld design;
- Patent No.200620148417.3, which covers the Solar Mobile Phone's handheld design.
Dr. Zhang concluded, "We have several additional patent applications pending and we'll continue to pursue enhancing our patent portfolio to seek protection for our distinctive features and devices."
About Hi-Tech Wealth Inc.
With over two million of the Company's "Shang Wu Tong" branded mobile devices sold in China today, Hi-Tech Wealth Inc. is an integrated, multi- channel consumer sales and marketing company. Hi-Tech Wealth Inc. engages in the development and distribution of proprietary and branded digital mobile devices via direct response TV, internet sales, and through more than 1000 exclusive distributors throughout the PRC. Learn more about Hi-Tech Wealth Inc. at http://www.htwchina.com/.
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