Fujitsu Siemens first with 3G notebooks


For many people, access anywhere and anytime to email, the internet and essential business applications using 3G has fundamentally changed the way they work. The only annoying part is having a 3G card poking out of their laptop. Not anymore though as Fujitsu Siemens is to offer notebooks with integrated 3G from early next year (they say 1st quarter). All users will need to do to get online is add a 3G SIM card.

There are no details of specific models yet, that follows in early 2006. The only question is though will the 3G facilities be upgradeable to HSDPA, a system that offers ever faster data speeds, which is due to reach Europe in 2006.

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Dave Walker
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