Sony has now launched its second personal communicator, the Mylo 2. It has a full QWERTY keypad, a 1.3 megapixel camera and Adobe Flash support to allow you to upload and download YouTube content. Most importantly, it gives you access to Aim, Yahoo and Google Talk. You can also make free calls using Skype.
Using the built in WiFi, you can access sites like FaceBook, PhotoBucket and MySpace and keep up to date with widgets. There’s even an agreement been announced between Sony and McDonalds so that you’ll be able to get free access while you’re stuffing your face with salty snacks and sugary drinks. Well, in the States at least. By the looks of it, we’re not even getting the phone over here, let alone any kind of free WiFi incentive to add to the growing weight crisis. US residents will get their mitts on it ater this month for around $300.
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