HP launches Compaq nc6400 HSDPA (3G broadband) notebook
Vodafone was the first to launch a 3G broadband service in the UK back in June – and if you’re upgrading your notebook and fancy taking advantage of it, you could take a look at HP’s Compaq nc6400 notebook range, which features built-in antennas supporting 3G broadband connectivity, as well as standard Wi-Fi.
The notebook includes configurations with integrated 3G Broadband Wireless capabilities from Vodafone for select EMEA markets, as well as offering future upgrades via an After Market Option kit, protecting lifecycle investment. Ther machine itself features an Intel Core 2 Duo chip, 3D graphics and a 14.1-inch widescreen display.
The nc6400 Notebook PC with integrated 3G Broadband will be available in mid November – price to be confirmed. Without integrated 3G Broadband Wireless, the HP nc64007 Notebook PC is now available at £799 (ex VAT), and can be upgraded to full 3G as it ships with built in 3G antennas. A 3G broadband upgrade kit will be also made available for nc6400 users during Q4, again price to be confirmed.
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Not strictly true – HSDPA is much more than 3G, as the technologies are different and the speeds HSDPA provides are a lot higher than a standard 3G network.
T-Mobile also have a HSDPA network at the moment, and their data prices are the best amongst all the Mobile Networks.