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Ralf Jurrien
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Mobile WiMAX gaming platform

content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Ralf Jurrien
Friday, September 28th 2007 - 14:10 CEST - Comments: 0
A t the ‘WiMAX World USA 2007’ Conference and Expo, Posdata unveiled a hot, new gaming platform that will enable gaming enthusiasts to download games and access the Internet using high-speed Mobile WiMAX connections. The platform, named G100, is a specialized terminal for games that was developed by Posbro, a Mobile WiMAX device subsidiary of Posdata. It is the world’s first portable online gaming device and set to revolutionize the gaming distribution industry. The G100 will operate in its initial release at 2.3GHz and 2.5GHz bands according to Posdata.
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Mobile WiMAX gaming 

 

G100 mobile WiMAX gaming platform

"We're proud to introduce this cool Mobile WiMAX gaming platform on the market, and it will revolutionize the way people enjoy on-line games and connect to the Internet on the move," explained Joonil Shin, Senior Vice President of Posdata Co., Ltd. The keynote speaker of the event, Mr. Scott Richardson, Chief Strategy Officer of Clearwire, the world's leading Mobile WiMAX operator of the US, introduced G100 during his speech and demonstrated various functions onsite, attracting wide attention from telecommunications industry representatives and visitors.

 

G100 WiMAX gaming - 4 inch touch screen

The G100 has an embedded 4 inch, touch screen TFT-LCD, thus ensuring intuitive operation and a wide view. It also includes a sliding-style game pad. The product supports various networks, such as Mobile WiMAX, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, allowing the user to select the most appropriate network to make a connection. The official release is expected by the end of this year.

 

Mobile WiMAX gaming - Posdata G100 & U100

Posdata also featured a USB-type terminal that allows the user to connect it to a notebook and access Mobile WiMAX network. The U100, to be released next month, has a clean exterior, is lightweight and easy to use, and has been under development in collaboration with Korea Telecom, the world's leading Mobile WiMAX service provider in Korea.

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