We played with the Samsung Mondi, aka (SWD-M100) back in February in Barcelona and we liked the design. On August 1st, Samsung is now making this mobile internet device (MID) available in the U.S on Sprint’s WiMax network. The Samsung Mondi is among the first WiMax devices to be released in the U.S and hopefully, you are lucky enough to live in an area with WiMax coverage. The device runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 pro (with touch display support) and we can’t wait to test it in the field. Prices should hover around $350 to $450 depending on contract terms.
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