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Don Sorcinelli
10-09-2003, 04:43 PM
WaveGuide, Inc. (http://www.waveguidefiber.com), a Chelmsford, MA-based turn-key communications company, have announced availability of the G1 Compact Flash GSM/GPRS Card for Pocket PC and notebook computers. The G1 allows individuals to add "just-in-time" device convergence to their Pocket PC device, eliminating the need for a cellular phone.

Turn your Pocket PC, Tablet or Notebook into a mobile communications device for voice and data. Whether sending or receiving e-mails, browsing the web, or making phone calls, the G1-CF Modem gives you the flexibility in where and when to work by giving the user true mobility that is needed in today's society and workplace.

G1-CF Features Include:
Tri-Band EGSM900 / DCS1800 / PCS 1900 - GSM World Phone
Fits Type 1&2 Compact Flash Interface
PCMCIA Adapters Available
Always on line: GPRS Class B, multi-slot Class 8
Unlocked GSM / GPRS Compact Flash Card
Small Form Factor design
Low power consumption
External headset for voice input/output
SIM application tool kit
Pocket PC / CE / Windows XP, 2000. ME, 98 compatible
Integrated Contact management - calls made from Contact entries
SMS long message capability
Easy management of your Phone book and Messages
Subscription-dependent call service
Call barring, call divert and waiting supported
Ring tones can be selected from any .wav file
Pocket PC buttons can be assigned to initiate frequent actions

More information can be found at the WaveGuide (http://www.waveguidefiber.com) web site.

10-10-2003, 02:20 AM
Humm, another GPRS class B, tri-band device.

Welcome to the crowd, together with audiovox RTM8000, Dezhou 800, Convergence, connect2air GPRS, etc. etc. etc. etc.

When will someone make a GPRS class A with four band GSM ?

p.s. Putting the word "Worldphone" on a triband device should be made illegal.