Sony Unveils Wi-Fi Personal Communicator

by admin August 9, 2006 at 4:47 am

Mylo device operates on 802.11b networks, and includes IM and VoIP software.

Sony Electronics has unveiled a wireless-enabled device aimed primarily at people who like to send text messages and make free calls over the Internet.

The new Mylo personal communicator, designed to operate on 802.11b wireless networks, will be priced at $350 and be available in September at Sony’s retail stores and online shop at

Mylo, which stands for “my life online,” will compete with a range of hybrid communication devices, including phones with cellular and Wi-Fi capabilities and a number of messaging and entertainment features.

Read more: PC World