TOKYO, JAPAN, May 11, 2006 ---
Downlink speeds of up to 3.6Mbps are available in new HSDPA service areas ("FOMA HIGH-SPEED Areas") in Japan. The card works on W-CDMA, GSM and GPRS networks. Packet communications roaming is possible in 69 countries/regions and voice roaming in 132 countries/regions (end April 2006). Voice and videophone calls can be made with a PC (requires installing dedicated software, optional earphone/microphone, and web camera).
|Height x Width x Thickness||130 x 54 x 5.2mm (partly 18mm)|
|Weight||Approx. 75 grams|
|Transmission speeds||Packet communication||FOMA HIGH-SPEED Area||Uplinks at max. 384kbps
Downlinks at max. 3.6Mbps
|FOMA service area||Uplinks and downlinks at max. 384kbps|
|64k data communication||Uplinks and downlinks at max. 64kbps|
|Videophone||Uplinks and downlinks at max. 64kbps|
|Compliant operating systems (Japanese versions only)||Windows® XP Professional
Windows XP Home Edition
Windows 2000 Professional
|Service areas (in Japan)||FOMA service area, FOMA Plus-Area, FOMA HIGH-SPEED Area|
|Power Supply||5.0V (supplied from PC card slot)|
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