Kaito is one of the first Vocaloids to be released, back in 2006. His voice utilizes the original Vocaloid engine, and as such his voice isn’t as realistic as others, in my opinion.
After the original release he only sold 500 packages and was deemed a failure. After the release of Hatsune Miku, his sales rocketed upwards from the original numbers.
Kaito is an all purpose Vocaloid. He can sing just about anything if you try hard enough, though he’s best suited to pop ballads and the like. His voice can also get very high and still sound strong and maintain quality.
Interesting fact: In a lot of fan-made comics and parodies and such, Kaito is often the butt of the joke in many different ways.
Sorry for the short post again, but what can you do? There’s only so much information floating around the interwebs. Tomorrow will be Meiko, so that should turn out nicely if she is as popular as I think she is.
There probably won’t be too many more posts after the next one. I’m not going to do every single Vocaloid known to man. That’d be rediculous. I will touch up on the major ones, though, and I’ll do a post on the sub-categories of other Vocaloids. Until then, have a wallpaper.