Logan & Schwartz wish to announce that due to market demand, we are producing a new product, an updated version of our RALS system.
The RALS system, now five years in the field, is still highly successful and has added many capabilities, as promised at its inception. Self-mobility, interactivity, real-time speech recognition, full bidirectional multi-media communication (both hardcopy, OCR, and audio I/O), music and math co-processors, and self-direction have been delivered to the unit out in field, with spectacular results. We continue to fully support and develop our RALS system and expand its capabilities as the system matures.
However, RALS did not meet all the demands of our market. We are pleased to announce the development of a companion KMLS system. While all product specifications have not been finalized, the leading feature is our XX processor in place of the XY processor used in our RALS system. I should note that none of the Schwartz family products of this generation or the previous generation have successfully implemented this processor until now.
Additional features include an improved QT index, alternate plumbing arrangements, and alternative body features and accessories in the mature product. The KSLS model is expected to show many of the same development features as our RALS product, but is also expected to provide many charming additional features.
Product delivery is expected before the end of Q3, 1997. Ms. Logan, in charge of manufacturing and product delivery, stated most emphatically that delivery will not be late. Watch for upcoming product release annoucement.