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Alon Cohen

Notice that the OGO has its own GSM/GPRS modem, and therefore it's independent/standalone.

It's mainly intended to young adults (i'd say 15-25) - that's quite a big niche.

and finally, look forward to the future advances in OGO, coming soon.

Uri L.

Thanks, Alon, for the clarification about the GPRS.
The IM users market is indeed huge, but the questions do they need a standalone device for mobile chatting. How much "killer factor" there is in this device? We still haven't got an answer.
I remember IXI's CEO Amit Haller, saying something like "we need to educate the consumers". Is this going to work?

I'd be definitely interested in future versions of the OGO, and other IXI devices. There are a lot of cool mobile PAN gadgets experiments running these days (bracelets etc.) - maybe identifying early the developing trends there could be of use to IXI's future plans.

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