As the telephone, personal computer, and television vie for the attention of bankers who are weighing their options for New Age delivery systems, one hybrid device has streaked to an early lead.

This device, the screen telephone, falls somewhere between the basic phone and personal computer in sophistication. Its compact screen allows banks and other companies to deliver services through menus similar to those on automated teller machines or PCs.

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