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Doy

I too have heard about WANs.... Nice information... Thank you for sharing...

Laptop Guy

Good article about WWAN. I got to play a little with the WWAN on the VAIO TX series laptops as part of my work. I set it up so my boss could use his remote desktop via the WWAN setup. Not bad. A little slow, but probably not dissimilar to dial-up. I imagine that they will have these on fairly cheap notebooks in the next few years, and as the speeds increase, this may just become the new norm.

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