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NTT DoCoMo Debuts PC Card Supporting Cellular/PHS Systems, Packet Communications
Posted: 12-Apr-2000 [Source: Nikkei Electronics]

[Japanese PC users can now connect their notebooks wireless at speeds up to 64kbps.]

Tokyo -- "NTT DoCoMo Inc. started selling a PC card called "Mobile Card Triplex N," which can be connected to, and used with, cellular/PHS system phones, and phones capable of packet communications.

"The new card can be used on PCs running on the Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows 2000 Professional operating systems, and equipped with an PCMCIA Type II slot.

"With this card, users will be able to communicate at the maximum speed of 9,600bps on a cell phone, 64kps on a personal handyphone system and 28.8kbps at the time of packet communications. It uses about 100mW of electricity when communicating data at 64kbps. It is priced at 14,800 yen. (106.58 yen = US$1)

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