AT&T Debuts AirCard 890 With ExpressCard And PCMCIA Support
The AirCard 890 is the most versitile LaptopConnect card ever, and it's able to support AT&T's high-speed 7.2Mbps HSPA technology. It also has integrated GPS technology which enables location-based services to work, making it easier than ever for customers to get to their desired destination, or providing benefits to companies with a mobile workforce. The AirCard 890 also ships with AT&T's Global Network Client (AGNC), which provides business customers integrated and highly secure connectivity with AT&T VPN Services.
It will be on sale starting on May 5 for $49.99 after mail-in rebate and a new two-year DataConnect contract of at least $35 a month.
Whether traveling across town or in the more than 195 countries where AT&T offers data service, the AirCard 890 is a great solution for business customers who need to access email, the internet and business applications from their laptop while on the go. Customers can also enjoy convenient access to AT&T's more than 20,000 U.S. Wi-Fi hotspots (with qualified DataConnect plan and Wi-Fi enabled laptop).
"The Sierra Wireless AirCard 890 offers our first 2-in-1 form factor, with both PC Card and ExpressCard slot compatibility," said Michael Woodward, vice president, Mobile Phone Portfolio, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. "In addition to enhancing our portfolio of HSPA 7.2 devices, the AirCard 890 provides a flexible and convenient solution for business customers to access email and business applications while on the go."