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# 39012 7-Aug-2009 11:55
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Hi there,

We are looking at the new HP Mini 5101 (Netbook) which HP say comes with Mobile Broadband (WWAN)
The HP Specs say:

Integrated mobile broadband module with Gobi global mobile Internet technology that provides worldwide connection to both CDMA (EVDO) and UMTS (HSPA) networks.

NOTE: Separately purchased mobile network operator service is required.

Two 850/900/1800/1900/2100 MHz antennas integrated in the top of the display panel support current and future WWAN technologies.
http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/13326_div/13326_div.HTML

Can someone tell from this is it will work on the Telecom XT Network?
To me the frequencies look ok, but I don't see mention of WCDMA?

Thanks

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  # 243897 7-Aug-2009 12:38
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Thanks Mauricio!

 
 
 
 


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  # 243901 7-Aug-2009 12:47
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I know because last week I was sent the press release and asked about this. I was then sent the tech specs for the mobile data card and it's 850/2100 MHz WCDMA.





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  # 244280 8-Aug-2009 19:39
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whens it coming out?

is telecom going to sell it?

they better. lol

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