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Sony Mylo Com2: hands-on preview

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The fine folks at Akihabara News got their hands on the Sony Mylo 2. You can read my previous post on the Sony Mylo Com2 here for the full specs on the device. The Mylo 2 looks more compact than it does in photos. Akihabara reports that the device’s navigational stick is awkward to use and videos are only played back in 320 x 240 pixels even though the Mylo’s screen resolution is 800 x 480 pixels. Furthermore, the built-in camera is worthless apparently. Sony decided not to use a real image sensor in the Mylo (why, Sony? Why?). Fortunately, however, the Sony Mylo 2 is pretty speedy, as seen in the video. Web pages seem to load in a reasonable time. This isn’t a cell phone by the way. Think of it like a souped up Sidekick, minus the phone.


Via: Akihabara News


  1. Sarah
    Posted May 10, 2008 at 6:29 pm | Permalink

    but sad the camera sucks
    i have the first mylo
    aaaaaaaaaaaaand its basically a gratified MP3 player that sometimes lets me check my email.

  2. salah
    Posted January 22, 2010 at 9:16 am | Permalink

    can i install and read adobe files on it.

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