Benefon, now called Twig Com Ltd., specializes in mobile communications. Headquartered in Salo, Finland. The company develops and manufactures products GPS-tracking and personal security, as well as software for the protection of workers, remote diagnostics, and tracking. Production of mobile phones began in 1988. In 1995 the company Benefon was engaged in research concerning the safety of GPS-devices. By 2000, it released the first commercial security GPS / GSM phone, which was called Benefon Track. It was equipped with a lithium-ion battery capacity of 1200 mAh, so that he could work out 10 hours a conversational mode and 200 hours - in standby mode. A mobile device that operates on GSM bands 900 and 1800. Its weight was 164 grams. The LCD display has a resolution of 100 x 48 pixels and can display up to five lines of text. The manufacturer has equipped this phone vibrator, 40 preset songs (as well as the possibility of additional loading and editing), gaming applications and simple organizer (no voice recorder and currency converter). Classic chassis complements the external antenna. The phone also has been equipped with protection against shock and moisture. This device was not yet support Java, MP3-player, FM-radio, WAP-Internet, predictive text entry, Cyrillic characters, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or USB-interface, but there was a built-in modem. Call records automatically stores the last ten incoming and ten missed calls as well as outgoing calls fifteen. Voice dialing and voice commands are not available. In addition to the charger, the package contains the headset, software, computer cable, holder for bicycles and motorcycles, as well as the cable for the cigarette lighter, and a digital set for the car holder.