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NY to get Clearwire 4G

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Clearwire have been testing 4G WiMax in LA, New York and San Francisco, these cities are renowned for being tech savvy and more importantly places where there is a demand for new tech.

It seems that the trails of the Clearwire WiMax 4G service has gone well because the company are announcing that the service will stop be on trial and go into full service opening up the delights of a 4G connection to however wants it.

The first place to the get the full service will be New York on

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A tiny wireless adapter

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This adapter works on Wireless N, which runs at 150 Mbps and up to a range of 230 feet, it beats ll other wireless standards hands down, so how do get it?

Simple with this tiny wireless N adapter from MVIX Nubbin, it is so small you would probably not realise that it was installed in one your laptops USB ports.

Product Features of the MVIX Nubbin wireless N  adapter:

•Mini wireless adapter gives you 802.11n wi-fi network capabilities

•Data Rate: 802.11n (40MHz):MCS0~7, up to 150Mbps

•Security Encryption: WEP 64/128, WPA, WPA2

•PC Requiremen

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Sprint ready 3G modem for Mac’s

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The Wi-Max net provider has launched a new version of its 3G modem; it will allow Mac users to connect to the providers 3G/4G Wi-Max network.

The kit is an updated version of the U300, so it comes with the product come number U301, the most important update is the fact that is supports the Mac OS X and will allow users of both Leopard and Snow Leopard to get connected to the mobile internet while on the move.

In a Sprint network coverage area a user can expect to receive a 3 Mbps to 6 Mbps connection speed, in other areas the speed will be reduced to a service from 600 Kbps to

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Dell offers WiMax on Studio models

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The computer maker Dell is offering new customers who buy a Dell Studio 15, Studio 17 or Studio XPS 16, the opportunity to add the Intel wireless module for $60. This piece of kit enables the computer to access Wi-Fi and WiMax networks in Atlanta, Baltimore and Portland, Oregon.

 

 

Unfortunately, unless the

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