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VFS-01R Ring Suzune (リング・スズネ / Ringu Suzune) is described as "Light-hearted, doesn’t have high aspirations, but she’s hard-working." She is voiced by MiKA of the band Daisy x Daisy.
Her official name is in the western order. Her original name in the contest was called "Ring Suzunone" (鈴音リング / Suzunone Ringu; "Bell Sound Ring").
Details remain unknown, but Ring is to appear in a game. The game is a rhythm game, claims to incorporate VOCALOID3 technology and uses the network. A trial version was scheduled for March 11, 2012.
Additional Information Ring's design was chosen from a selection of many other female Vocaloids on Pixiv submitted for the contest and was the most popular design amongst the choices given.
• Ring was drawn originally by Muraichi (むらいち). • Like the Kagamines, she and Lui are based on "R" and "L". ( Note; "R" and "L" mean "Right" and "Left", they are the letters you find on a set of headphones (and sometimes other equipment such as speakers). "R"and "L" refer to the right and left ear. ) • Due to an image showing headphones, paired with legs, being used as a place holder for Vocaloid 3 demos and announcements, it has been mistaken that she and Aoki Lapis were the Korean Vocaloids. The artist of the image tags it as Ring Suzune, so it is assumed the legs are meant to be hers. • Ring is the first female Vocaloid to be delayed due to development.