Zipit’s Wireless Messenger devices allow users to easily send instant messages on a variety of instant messaging platforms over Wi-Fi. These devices are generally targeted at teens and offer networking features such as a “find friends” key and also easy access to emoticons. Now the company has sent its third-generation Wireless Messenger to the folks over at the FCC, dubbed the Zipit Wireless Messenger 3.
This latest device features support for CDMA networks which will be a welcome improvement over its predecessor that only supported Wi-Fi connections. There weren’t any actual pictures of the device, but the label was provided by the FCC. There isn’t any mention of pricing or availability just yet, so we’ll just have to be patient with this.
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