For the past few days I’ve been on the road in Mountain View, California and away from my fast broadband network. However, my travels today, compared to travels in previous years, is that WiFi connectivity is everywhere. The Comfort Inn has WiFi and Google (this is their town) has WiFi all over Mountain View.
Every notebook you buy has WiFi, you can expect that n the coming months every notebook you buy is also going to have built in wireless broadband through cellular networks. You’ll pay a monthly fee (or your office/home network will give it to you for “free”), but either way your mobile connectivity will be fast than what you gain with WiFi today.
For example, Gateway launched a new notebook computer with built in 4G WiMax. The Gateway NV59C66u notebook, is the newest model in its Gateway NV Series line of notebooks, which features integrated WiMAX capabilities, a premium chassis design and a robust configuration.
As you think about buying your next mobile device(s) consider how you work. If you are working more mobile and also using more collaborative deals, the speed of your network on the road is important. Hence, WiFi might not be enough.
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