First Sprint Xohm WiMax Device Unveiled
Jan 7, 2008, 4:06 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Today OQO announced a new version of its model 02 ultra mobile personal computer that is compatible with Sprint's forthcoming Xohm WiMax network. This model 02 runs the full version of Windows Vista and has an embedded 802.16e WiMax module for mobile broadband access. This is the first known device that will work with Sprint's WiMax service, but OQO would not say when the WiMax version of the model 02 will be available. Sprint has only launched limited trials of its WiMax network, and is expecting to launch its first two formal trial cities this later quarter.
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