Naisuka Corporation (Japanese: ないすか Nai suka) is an El Kadsreian multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Capulco. It was founded on October 12, 1929.


Naisuka was founded by Ryouta Katou in 1929. The company had a very troubled start, as the Wall Street Crash of 1929 in New York City occured around the week after Naisuka's foundation.

Naisuka originally manufactured telephones and radios during the 1930s and even establishing its own record label division in 1931. Naisuka's first financial success came in 1931, when they released the NR-31, their first radio reciever that costed ¥ 9,200 ($471 in 2020 dollars). Over 200 thousand units were sold in the span of two years. Naisuka later exporting its products worldwide in 1935.

In 1940, Naisuka begin manufacturing home appliances, such as refridgerators, kitchen stoves and toasters.

Naisuka entered the television market in 1951 starting with NSK-TV-100 and NSK-TV-200, the computer market in 1980, and then the mobile phone market in 1989.

Naisuka later moved his headquarters from Nagasunai to Capulco in 1956.

In 1995, Naisuka released the DigiFlat 100B, the world's first commercially-released digital television set.


LCD and LED panels

Naisuka started manufacturing LCD monitors in the mid-1990s.

Mobile phones

Naisuka produces mobile phones with ViraOS, Android, or Windows Phone.

Naisuka's flagship mobile handset line is the Naisuka Flow P (Android) and Naisuka Flex P (ViraOS) series, which many consider direct competitors of the TheoryPhone, ViraPhone, Meroview Smart, Meroview Vive, Terbit One/Terbit S, and BOKO flagship smartphones.


Naisuka produces television sets since 1951. Naisuka's flagship television line is the Naisuka Kuria series.


Naisuka produces personal computers that run Microsoft Windows, EyeLine OS, EKS Vortex, Xenika, Debian or Ubuntu. TSUG can be installed via TheoryHack.


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