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One of the touted features of the $200 OLPC laptop is the peer-to-peer mesh topology networking feature that can theoretically bring an Internet infrastructure where there is no network infrastructure. The problem is that peer-to-peer wireless LAN mesh topology sounds better than it actually works and there's a good reason it isn't used commercially.
The Belkin N1 is good looking and very easy to set up and use, but could do with more business-oriented features.
I suppose if I were an Apple investor and I heard Apple gets away with selling a new OS to its customers nearly every single year, I would be extremely delighted. But since I'm not, I have to wonder how delighted Microsoft users would be if Microsoft had done the same thing and charged for Service Pack 1 and Service Pack 2 which not only fixed security bugs but also added new features such as leading edge Wireless LAN management technology.
Toshiba has done a splendid job with the Tecra 9000, which delivers a comprehensive set of features (including wireless LAN) plus good battery life, all wrapped up in a well-designed package.
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