Abdominal belts containing built-in speakers for purposes of transmitting music/sounds/educational material to a fetus and built-in pockets in which to carry audio transmitters; Adapter plugs; Audio equipment for vehicles, namely, loud speakers for automotive audio systems; Audio equipment for vehicles, namely, stereos, speakers, amplifiers, equalizers, crossovers and speaker housings; Batteries and battery chargers; Battery packs; Carrying ca...
On Tuesday, November 15, 2016, status on the VOBOT trademark changed to PUBLISHED FOR OPPOSITION.
On Tuesday, June 21, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
OAZON LIMITED, HONG KONG.
The USPTO has given the VOBOT
trademark serial number of 87078140.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is PUBLISHED FOR OPPOSITION.
The correspondent listed for VOBOT is
JOHN ALUMIT of
ALUMIT IP, 135 S. JACKSON STREET, SUITE 200, GLENDALE, CA 91205
The VOBOT trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
The description provided to the USPTO for VOBOT
is Abdominal belts containing built-in speakers for purposes of transmitting music/sounds/educational material to a fetus and built-in pockets in which to carry audio transmitters; Adapter plugs; Audio equipment for vehicles, namely, loud speakers for automotive audio systems; Audio equipment for vehicles, namely, stereos, speakers, amplifiers, equalizers, crossovers and speaker housings; Batteries and battery chargers; Battery packs; Carrying cases, holders, protective cases and stands featuring power supply connectors, adaptors, speakers and battery charging devices, specially adapted for use with handheld digital electronic devices, namely, cell phones, MP3 players, and personal digital assistants; Cases for music, audio and related electronic equipment, namely, cases for audio tuners, audio receivers, amplifiers, tape players, compact disc players, MP3 controllers/players, audio mixers, audio speakers in the nature of music studio monitors, microphones, audio speakers, compact discs, audio tapes, portable computers, antennas, phonographic record players, audio recording equipment, and the cables associated with all of the foregoing equipment; Cell phones; Charging appliances for rechargeable equipment; Computer hardware, namely, wireless network extenders; Computer hardware, namely, wireless network repeaters; Computer peripherals; Connection cables; Consumer electronic products, namely, audio amplifiers, audio speakers, audio receivers, electrical audio and speaker cables and connectors, audio decoders, video decoders, speakers, power conversion devices, power converters, and power inverters; Digital cameras; Downloadable ring tones, graphics and music via a global computer network and wireless devices; Hands-free kits for phones; Home theater systems comprising DVD players, audio amplifiers, audio speakers ; Keyboards for mobile phones; Loud speakers; Multimedia projectors; Network routers; Protective cases for audio equipment in the nature of speakers, headphones, audio mixer; Protective covers and cases for tablet computers; Public address (PA) and sound system accessories, namely, microphone stands, speaker stands, microphone cables, speaker cables, speaker boxes and sound mixers; Robots for personal or hobby use; Slide projectors; Sound projectors and amplifiers; Stands adapted for stereos and audio speakers; TV monitors; Wave reflectors for acoustic speakers, lighting apparatus, and air flow devices; Wireless adapters for computers; Wireless cellular phone headsets; Wireless indoor and outdoor speakers; Audio speakers; Bass speakers; Electrical plugs and sockets; Electronic equipment, namely, transformers, baluns, and cables, all used in connection with computers, computer peripheral devices, televisions, audio-video equipment, closed-circuit TV equipment and telecommunication equipment.