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# 137982 15-Dec-2013 22:32
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I have a Sierra Wireless USB T-Stick and it's working well whenever I need to use it. I am thinking about upgrading though and my laptop has a ExpressCard/34 slot that is unused. I know there used to be a T-Card for sale on the XT network, but is there anything available for the 4G network yet or planned (nothing on the Telecom website)? Does such a device even exist? It would be nice to make use of this slot as I hear these devices get good coverage.

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  # 952799 15-Dec-2013 22:41
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How old is your laptop?

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  # 952816 15-Dec-2013 23:13
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I doubt a Express Card will be made... The OEMs seem to be moving away from making anything other than USB sticks these days.


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  # 953325 16-Dec-2013 20:56
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August 2009. Ah d'oh. Never mind. The USB device I have works good, just some more throughput would be good :)

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