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Sony MYLO COM-2 Internet Device

Sony MYLO COM-2  Internet Device

The 802.11b/g WiFi Sony mylo personal communicator gives you what you need to stay connected. Mylo uses wireless LAN technology so there are no monthly bills or long-term contracts. Call your friends on Skype for free or IM them on AIM, Google Talk, or Yahoo! Messenger using the back-lit slide-out keyboard. You can also browse the Web, take photos and then share/view them on the 3.5-inch LCD touch screen. All this on a device small enough to take virtually anywhere. Sony mylo, the fun of your PC in your pocket.The redesigned Sony Mylo COM-2 (which stands for “my life online”) enables you to stay in touch with all your IM and e-mail contacts without having to lug around a laptop. While still curvy along the sides for a comfortable feel in the palms of your hand, the top and bottom of the Mylo COM-2 have been given a sleeker straight edge. Other improvements include a larger 3.5-inch LCD (800 x 480-pixel resolution), a bump in Wi-Fi speed to 802.11g (in addition to 802.11b), and a built-in 1.3-megapixel camera. Other features include an easy-to-operate back-lit, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, an embedded microphone and speaker, multi-format digital audio player, and integrated Skype VoiP capabilities.

The redesigned Mylo COM-2 now includes faster Wi-Fi connectivity (802.11b/g), a 1.3-megapixel camera, and upload/download capabilities so you can share photos on the Web.

With the integrated wireless LAN, you won’t have to worry about monthly bills or long-term contracts–just connect to any open Wi-Fi network and start chatting with friends using AIM, Google Talk, or Yahoo! Messenger. You can also browse the Web as well as send and receive email. Enjoy free Internet phone calls to and from any Skype enabled device and PC anywhere in the world, or Skype-Out to any phone number for a nominal fee.

The built in 1.3-megapixel camera lets you capture photos, edit them on the built in photo editor and–because the COM-2 features upload and download capability–post them directly to your blog or even to your Facebook page.

Through its hi-resolution touch-screen, enhanced Web Browsing combined with Adobe Flash Lite 3 support means you now have access to websites like YouTube and others. Flash Lite support also means you can play compatible casual Flash games.

In addition to powerful communication features, the Mylo COM-2 also provides a wide variety of digital audio, video, and photo playback. Like it’s predecessor, the COM-2 is compatible with MP3, ATRAC, WMA (including secure Windows Media DRM 10 tracks you’ve purchased from online music stores or downloaded from subscription services), and it now can also play un-secured AAC tracks. The improved video player supports both MPEG4 simple/advanced along with the improved video quality of MPEG4 AVC. And the Mylo COM-2 is all about multi-tasking: listen to music while you IM or surf the Web.

The rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 20 hours of continuous music playback, up to 7 hours of video playback, and up to 6 hours of Internet calling. It comes with 1 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded via Memory Stick Duo media, and it offers USB 2.0 high-speed connectivity to your PC.

Mylo Widgets
The Mylo COM-2 comes with several pre-installed widgets that range from a Google search widget and the Facebook Notifier (tracking activity on your Facebook page) to more advanced apps like the My Contacts widget, which works as a consolidated buddy list for all the IM applications on the Mylo. In addition to the preinstalled widgets, you’ll be able to download new widgets from the Mylo web site as well as register as a developer if you want to build your own widgets.

Note About Connectivity
The mylo Personal Communicator COM-1 requires a compatible wireless LAN access point to use the interactive IM, email, and Web features. It generally requires no additional monthly service charges as long as you are connected to free access points found in homes, cafes, businesses, and campuses. However, some access points and features may rely on Internet services which may require a fee.

  • The fun of a PC in your pocket. Connect to Wi-Fi hot spots, chat and surf the web with the mylo® internet device
  • •Format(s) Supported : MP3, WMA, AAC, ATRAC®;1.3 Megapixel with macro mode; Backlit slide-out QWERTY keyboard;3.5 WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) with Touch Panel;Built-in and one-touch answer remote controller; Video:•Format(s) Supported : MPEG4 SP/ASP, AVC
  • Wireless:•Security : WEP (128bit/64bit, Open System/Shared Key), WPA-PSK (TKIP, AES);•Wi-Fi : IEEE 802.11b/g
  • •Instant Messaging : Yahoo!® Messenger, Google Talk™ ,Skype® or AIM® •Internet Voice Calls : Skype®

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  1. 117 of 126 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Under rated, February 17, 2008

    This review is from: Sony MYLO COM-2 Internet Device (Personal Computers)
    I have been using this sony mylo com-2 for a couple days. Let me start by saying that i feel alot of the reviews that are negative about this device are wrong. I use the sony mylo 2 to make skype calls and read and respond to emails also i use it to watch youtube videos.The skype application works great very good call quality and if your listening to music or surfing the web and a call comes in a skype screen comes up and you can answer the call.Email function is great and you can add photo attachements and view photo attachments.Web surfing is really fast but you have to turn off the power save feature(tools then network settings then click on advanced and uncheck the box that says power save) and if you do that the youtube videos are smooth and the surfing might be faster.
    some of the reviews complained about the memory problem with multi tasking on the sony mylo com-2 if you are running three applications at the same time you can get this memory error screen and you have to shut down one of the apps. alot of pocket pc’s have this memory problem i own the Dell Axim X51v and even though the dell goes for $455 you encounter the same problem and have to shut down apps.
    I love the sony mylo-2 so far so good…


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  2. 22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A personal comunicator, not a computer., March 12, 2008
    Chaz Ashley (NY) –

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    The mylo COM2 is great, I had the first one and didn’t like it so much, but made use of it anyway. I think this thing is great, it works all IM clients well and you can go on the net and actually upload stuff. The keyboard is backlit so it’s always easy to work that, it’s touch screen and easy to navigate. Websites load pretty fast for a handheld and you can scroll 3 different ways. You may not be able to have every one of the applications open but, it’s NOT a computer, it’s a personal communicator. Just wanted to mention that since some have that confused.


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  3. 49 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good but expensive, March 5, 2008
    Welsh Guy (Redwood City, CA United States) –

    This review is from: Sony MYLO COM-2 Internet Device (Personal Computers)
    I bought a Mylo Com-2 predominantly for Skype calling from wi-fi (802.11b/g) hotspots. My impression of the unit was that it was well put together and the software was easy to use. I’ll cut to the chase on what I didn’t like: (1) the Skype functionality can’t be used in hands-free mode – a big no-no for me since I like to communicate whilst having hands free. It’s a shame because the music player works through the speaker – I guess it’s a firmware patch thing. (2) the fact that you have to use Sony’s proprietary memory sticks. Wake up Sony. The world now uses SDCards. You lost the race! (3) The price. At $299 USD it’s way over priced. If you consider that a Blackberry with Skype costs ~$200 and you get a relatively cheap data-plan from a cell phone carrier you’re going to have similar costs plus you have a cell phone and the other MP3 capabilities etc. (4) the proprietary microphone attachment. Admittedly they have improved this model by having a standard headphone socket.

    So being fair, the product is actually well designed and the concept is good. you get AIM/YIM, Facebook, Myspace and web access without the use of a laptop (which you could probably get for a similar price used). You also get a 1.3Mpixel Camera. It’s aimed at the Social-Network generation. It has the standard very good Sony ‘out of the box experience’. It’s a shame that it’s so late and I feel that it has missed the market window. However I see that the product is aimed at children, so it may be appropriate. The question you have to ask yourself is: Do you really want to spend ~$300 on a toy that has limited use ? Why not buy a cheap cell phone and a family cell phone plan (lot’s of cell phones have IM/MP3 and web/email access and Facebook/Gmail plug-ins for free – heck the iPhone has all of the above and it’s really cool with an 8Gb MP3 player default [for ~$400]!. With that you can keep in contact with your kids any time and they can call 911 or emergency services if needed !! (This is a big deal for most parents I know). My money would go with the Cell Phone Plan.

    The reason for a 3 star rating is that the product is well designed and functions very well at what it was designed to do. I just wish it had a cell phone built in (which would be a killer product!). I just can’t justify the cost of something like this. For $100 maybe. An expensive handset otherwise. Yes, Sony is probably using the argument that you will get free communications and you are cell-phone plan free. Guess what, you’re also tied into wi-fi hot-spots (which is not everywhere!). That compromise doesn’t justify the cost.


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