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Old July 17th, 2013, 10:58 AM   #2263 (permalink)
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Like I mentioned in the other thread the powerhouse that is now Sprint Clearwire Softbank, I am sure that SCS will have better availability or clout to get these manufacturers to make devices available for the company to sell to customers.

That phone is cool, brings me back to the Star trek days lol but there is one area that Sprint is lacking of late (at least as shown on their website) that I've noticed and that is offering other devices such as laptops, and more tablets, etc.

Currently on their website all you see are iPad, iPad mini and the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1.

As illustrated in the image below, other than T-Mobile, Sprint doesn't have many in their line up.


Granted, I know one can use wifi on any tablet, laptop, or plug in a usb data card, but there are times that one needs a connection or are using a device that cannot use a usb datacard. It would be nice to see additional devices. Devices such as the Padphone, ATIVs, Duos, Transformers etc come to mind . I guess until the network is fully upgraded with all the frequencies I won't see more devices that take advantage of the frequencies, but one can dream.

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