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If you’re a Verizon Wireless customer and got miffed at OQO for working an EV-DO deal with Sprint, you might want to send an "I’m sorry…." Hallmark card. GottaBeMobile caught sight of the news: you can get that OQO Model 02 with integrated EV-DO connectivity on […]

Oqo_model_02If you’re a Verizon Wireless customer and got miffed at OQO for working an EV-DO deal with Sprint, you might want to send an "I’m sorry…." Hallmark card. GottaBeMobile caught sight of the news: you can get that OQO Model 02 with integrated EV-DO connectivity on Verizon’s network as well. There’s no mention of EV-DO Rev. A compatibility in the company press release, but an average download speed of 400-700 kbps on a 5-inch handheld is pretty spiffy. I should know, I use it on a 7-inch UMPC all the time; too bad for me that it’s not an integrated solution. Regardless of carrier (Sprint or Verizon), expect to tack on $149 for the integrated EV-DO; monthly data charges of course go to the carrier.

  1. MathProfJohnson Monday, February 5, 2007

    Has anyone done tests to see the difference between speed for integrated WWAN, PcCard/USB, and bluetooth using a pda phone? Also, has anyone testing the difference in power use for each? I am just wondering if the integrated really makes difference. Thanks!

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