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Acer TravelMate 4262WLMi 3G

Mobile working these days requires plenty of communications options. Wireless networking is a standard feature of notebooks, with built-in Wi-Fi delivering email and Internet access in the office and on the road thanks to Wi-Fi hotspots. For more continuous over-the-air communications, SIM-based data cards for cellular networks (GPRS and 3G) have become popular. The next logical step is building SIM card support directly into notebooks, freeing up the system's PC Card slot for other duties.
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