Modu out on the streets

Dov Moran finally announced the commercial launch of the world's lightest cellphone.

By SHARON WROBEL
July 23, 2009 09:06
Modu out on the streets

Dov Moran 88 248. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The inventor of DiskOnKey flash data storage devices Dov Moran this week finally announced the commercial launch of the world's lightest cellphone. Starting Wednesday, a limited quantity of Modu cellphones are being offered by Cellcom Israel to its subscribers for NIS 500 together with interchangeable jackets changing the phone's appearance and feature set. Later this year Modu is set to launch in Europe, Southeast Asia and South America.

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