dmedia G400 WiMAX MID to Show Off at CES 2009

Nov 17, 2008 by John Messina weblog
dmedia G400 WiMAX MID

(PhysOrg.com) -- The dmedia G400 offers a choice of 3.8 or 4.3-inch touchscreen with an 800 x 480 resolution. The device features integrated WiMAX, Bluetooth, HSPDA/WCDMA, GPS, and a microSD card slot. Robust feature-sets enable bandwidth-intensive mobile multimedia applications that include NextWave's MXtv, mobile broadcast service, streaming video, video conferencing and VoIP.

There's also an option for DVB-T/H, ISDB-T or T-DMB mobile TV tuners. Some of the other specs are still a mystery but it looks like the G400 uses a SiRFprima SoC with an ARM11 core, 3D graphics acceleration and video decoding; internal memory is unknown at this time.

Current information reveals that the G400 measures 5.4" x 2.8" x 0.5" and weighs 7.1 ounces and comes with a 1400mAh battery.

The G400 is expected to launch in the first half of next year, though in what markets is anyone´s guess. The good news is that availability won´t remain a question mark for much longer, as dmedia is expected to show off the WiMAX MID at CES 2009.

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