St.Louis, MO (PRBuzz.com) February 17, 2012 -- Genos Corporation announced this week that it is nearing its first production run of the Cyclops™, a patented, Spark award-winning, wireless thumb keyboard/remote. Created to communicate with internet-connected devices such as GOOGLE TV, Play Station, PC/Mac, select Blue Ray Players and many more Set Top Boxes, Cyclops™ is now being featured on kickstarter.com where early adopters can place pre-production orders to purchase one or more Cyclops™ devices.
Genos Corporation Chief Technology Officer and Cyclops™ co-inventor, Mike West, reports that the Cyclops™ pre-production prototypes have received international acclaim and suppliers are anxiously awaiting receipt of inventory from the first production run.
Cyclops™ is a round ergonomically-designed wireless thumb keyboard with mouse combo and TV Universal Remote. There are three features on Cyclops™ that make your life easier, 1) the "plug-n-play" USB dongle (takes less than ten seconds to set up) to use your wireless keyboard and fire up your social media on select internet-connected device 2) the "learning" function for the Universal remote which takes 7 old devices and learns to your Cyclops and 3) the ergonomic-design that allows Cyclops™ to fit snug as a glove in your hands while thumb typing. Unlike the hard-to-type and old style square remotes, you can use the Cyclops™ to efficiently communicate and interact with your favorite TV shows, MLB, MTV, Youtube, Hulu, Netflix, Facebook, and Twitter through your connected TV, select Blue Ray players, Google TV, MAC/PC, Tivo, Boxee, Roku and many more internet connected-brands.
Gary Kellmann, Genos Corporation's VP-Sales, reports strong interest from some of the world's largest makers and distributers of consumer electronics devices, as well as from prominent international retailers.
Genos Corporation developed the Cyclops™ as an outcropping of its work in creating the first nationwide, IPCableTV service in the United States. The internet-based cable television service will be known as GenosTV and is planned to launch this year.