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'Multiple mobile devices', apparently

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Here's what to give the hi-tech professional who has everything - mobile trousers.

The Dockers Mobile Pant contains seven 'invisible' pockets for carrying today's urban essentials, such as mobile phones and PDAs.

According to Maureen Griffin, consumer marketing director for Dockers: "The Dockers Mobile Pant offers today's professional man the most convenient way of carrying his multiple mobile devices, as well as other personal items, such as keys and airline tickets."

She continues: "With the Dockers Mobile Pant, men can maintain their stylish business casual look with elements of our traditional khaki, while enjoying the modern versatility of the hidden storage pockets."

Unfortunately, no mention of women getting a look in at this latest hi-tech fashion statement, but for the men the trousers cost $52 and will be in shops in the US next month. They will be available in khaki, black or olive.

A picture of the Mobile Pant, which has pockets designed for Motorola phones and Compaq's iPaq Pocket PC, can be found here. ®

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