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Dissociative identity disorder is a handset design with two distinct personalities. Following in the tradition of Tyler Durden and "Jack" (Ed Nor… Read More
Dissociative identity disorder is a handset design with two distinct personalities. Following in the tradition of Tyler Durden and "Jack" (Ed Norton's character) in Fight Club, the handset is at once an aggressive risk taker, and a solid, trustworthy friend. Read Less
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Dissociative identity disorder is a handset design with two distinct personalities. Following in the tradition of Tyler Durden and "Jack" (Ed Norton's character) in Fight Club, 
the handset is at once an aggressive risk taker, and a solid, trustworthy friend.

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