First International Computer

First International Computer

First International Computer

First International Computer, Inc. es la compañía que fabrica el Neo1973, y está muy involucrada en el proyecto OpenMoko. Tienen ventas de alrededor de un millón de teléfonos al año en China, y en algunos lugares son operador de telefonía móvil.

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