ETEN glofiish X500 hits FCC as "OX500"

Chris Ziegler
C. Ziegler|11.28.06

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ETEN glofiish X500 hits FCC as "OX500"
The good news? ETEN has humbly submitted its thin, sexy X500 glofiish Pocket PC for the FCC's approval as the "OX500." The better news? According to the test report, GSM is in the box on both the 850 and 1900MHz bands. While that obviously doesn't guarantee any US carrier is going to pick up this bad boy, it does mean that you'll be able to import one, use it on any GSM tower in the States, and do so with the peace of mind that the FCC isn't trying to hunt you down for using an unapproved device. At just 0.6 inches thick, we're digging the integrated GPS, WiFi, and Bluetooth 2.0; just give us a few minutes to curse the lack of 3G and we'll totally be on board.
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