Wow that thing sounds amazing. I like the connectivity it offers since its on a GSM network which would allow alot of out of country traveling. I wonder what the data packages cost though?
I am with AJ but what would be fun is if they came a couple of options for diversity, lets say you can turn it on for a day for a couple of bucks or a week instead pf a full month. Also that looks like dell is putting their foot firmly down on their monopoly of business men/women.
i have always liked dell they really represent a no nonsense straightforward "it works" company.
I heard from one of the articles here that AT&T and T-mobile might merge it would be interesting to see how an incoporated T-Mobile would handel their contracts.
Also it is a great thing for users because of the extended or increased service coverage. i don't have alot of experience with T-Mobile but i know AT&T is sketchy sometimes.
nice looking lappys. Sounds like dell has the right idea in making a portable laptop rugged enough to survive an on the go life style many of these types of lappys will live.
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