The Sony Mylo (My Life Online) is defined as a personal communicator. The device was launched September 15th, 2006. The communicator features a QWERTY keyboard, 2.4 inch LCD screen, and 1GB internal memory and a memory stick pro duo slot.
The Mylo starts to get really attractive when you look at the services it supports. As well as full web browsing on an Opera browser the Mylo handles; Skype, Google Talk, Yahoo! Messenger. The Mylo also supports MP3, WMA, MPEG4,AAC, anf JPG playback.
Technology wise the Mylo packs some punch, and arguably has a slick design. So why has it been such a failure? The Sony Mylo was originally priced at $299 and since its launch has dropped to $199, which in our opinion is still $50 too expensive. Sony Mylo, a diamond in the rough, just like a diamond needlessly over priced.
Labels: My Life Online, Mylo, Personal Communicator, Skype, Sony