The folks at the FCC have recently revealed additional details on the quad-band GSM/EDGE Ogo 2.0 device. While it shares many similarities to the original Ogo in terms of design, features underneath the hood have changed for the better. Features include an external display, a generous internal screen, a pair of stereo speakers, and a full QWERTY keyboard which is used as shortcuts to messaging and various applications. A scroll wheel and a D-pad adds to the Ogo 2.0’s ease of use. You might think of the Ogo 2.0 primarily as a messaging device, synching with both POP3 and IMAP4 accounts effortlessly. There are add-on modules to this device that lets you throw in Bluetooth connectivity, a 2 megapixel camera, and a bottle opener (!) if you want.
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