wwan

  • Get you a free eee PC


    PowerupMobile in the UK is offering an Asus eee PC with their T-Mobile broadband package, an extremely interesting move from an industry that usually focused on subsidizing cellphones. Sadly, the models they’re offering don’t have WWAN — you use the T-Mobile USB dongle, though, so it’s basically the same thing — but it’s definitely something to consider… Read More

  • Apple May Include WWAN In Future Notebooks

    Another day, another Apple rumor. This time, “credible sources” are telling AppleInsider that Jobs & Co. are looking to start including integrated WWAN cards into future notebook models. The card will be optional and will cost around $180. Rumor has it that Apple is also trying to squeeze a WWAN adapter into the notebook lid rather than placing it on/near the logic board so… Read More

  • Sprint EX720: My New BFF


    My intention was to review the Sprint EX720 EV-DO Rev A ExpressCard as a comparison with the Merlin XU870 HSDPA ExpressCard. Both cards are manufactured by Novatel, so the playing field is leveled. Couple that with the fact that I’m traveling all over the States for the next several weeks, and I think we’ll have the purest comparison possible. I still intend to do that, but… Read More

  • Lookin' Good – The Fujitsu P1610 Tablet PC

    Personally, if a tablet PC doesn’t have a built-in keyboard, it’s completely useless. Thankfully Fujitsu knows that a keyboard + tablet PC + great design = a winner. The P1610 tablet PC offers some great features, including HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE, GPRS, and GSM, pretty much ensuring you’ll be connected wherever you are, even the Bat Cave. But crazy WWAN capabilities aren’t… Read More