Posted on 25-Nov-2003 20:13
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As previously announced, NTT DoComo is now set to offer its CompactFlash 3G card. A date is now set. The company will market the P2402 beginning 28 November 2003.
The new flash card will enable PDA users to begin enjoying FOMA services, as DoCoMo presently provides the PC typed FOMA card that is only applicable to PCs with PC card slots. The new card is also compatible with its Sigmarion III Windows CE .Net device.
DoCoMo's new flash memory card will enable videophone calls between PCs and such devices as FOMA handsets, Lookwalk P751v PHS videophones, P-in Free series PHS data card-equipped devices and ISDN fixed line videophones. A PC equipped with videophone software and a USB compatible web camera and headset are both necessary.
P2402 will offer high-speed packet transmissions of up to 384 kbps for downlinks and 64 kpbs for uplinks, as well as 64 kpbs for circuit-switched data transmissions.
The CompactFlash card is also compatible with PCs that do not have CF slots by using a standard accessory adapter for PC Card format.
P2402 will be sold through all DoCoMo channels and the internet.