Sony Ericsson MD400 & MD400g: 3G USB modems, GPS and data storage

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Sony Ericsson has unveiled two USB broadband modems that combine 3G internet access with GPS and memory stick functions as well.

The MD400 and MD400g use HSDPA to bring up to 7.2Mbps of download and 2.0Mbps upload speeds and contain Memory Stick Micro and microS card slots so that they can be used to store data as well. Their swiveling, internal antennae are designed to offer optimum connectivity at all times.

The MD400g also comes with GPS functionality so that the user will know exactly where they are when they’re being robbed for their shiny, new computer. The modem’s memory feature may also help them remember exactly where it is they should never go again.

(via Mobilewhack)

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By Daniel Sung | June 17th, 2008