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NexTouch ET 500 802.11n WiFi phone

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
November 25, 2006
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NexTouch is showing off their new ET 500 WiFi phone at the VoIP/IPTV World trade show. Ok, it's more an idea they're touting since the best the could do was prop up some renderings and the Samsung 802.11n chipset at the guts of the handset. Why all the bandwidth? Easy, this phone is meant for streaming voice and video (H.323 please) to that 2-inch, 176x220 pixel LCD. They don't provide any ship dates or price, but we can expect this and more .11n handsets to roll sometime after July when the IEEE can hopefully agree on a standard.

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