SFR unveils HSPA-enabled MIDs thanks to Option tie-up

28 Oct 2008

In a press release, wireless technology developer Option says that French mobile operator Societe Francaise de Radiotelephonie (SFR) is launching two Linux-based Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) for use on the cellco’s national HSPA mobile network, using embedded modules from Option. The two devices are the M! PC Pocket 3G+ and the Archos 3G+, online tech journal ‘the unwired’ reports. The M! PC Pocket 3G+ sports a large touch-screen, slide-out keyboard, Intel Atom CPU and 4GB integrated memory, and Archos 3G+ features a 4.8" touch-screen and storage capacity of up to 30GB.

France, SFR