Wednesday January 10, 2007 1:00 pm
Bleeding Edge 077: CES 2007 Video: Hands-on with Ojo Video Phones
We got a chance to speak with Jim McLoughlin of Ojo, maker of low-latency video phones. For $10 a month, you can speak to anyone else with an Ojo in unlimited amounts. Useful perhaps for breadwinners frequently traveling and missing their families, the system will likely be purchased in pairs, as you really have to know someone with an Ojo to make use of it. The video includes prices, but we were sad to learn it wouldn’t allow users to communicate with, say, MSN Messenger users through video chat. It would make a great device for someone without a full-blown computer, if only.
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