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Topic # 67675 6-Sep-2010 19:21
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For those interested.  For NZ oneday??

http://mobile.engadget.com/2010/09/03/vodafone-r201-mobile-wifi-hotspot-review/

 

 

 




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  Reply # 377251 6-Sep-2010 19:54
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Vodafone NZ sell one already:

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/shop/mobileInternetDetails.jsp%3FskuId%3Dsku6810019%26voucherCode%3D%26sel...

I thought about buying one for about 3 minutes but with the my android and wireless tether it is o for orsome and does pretty much the same thing....

The main issue with the android is that it chews the battery...

Cheers, Matt.




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  Reply # 377254 6-Sep-2010 20:07
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hairy1: The main issue with the android is that it chews the battery...


My Nokia E71 does something similar.  It also turns into a toaster in the process.

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  Reply # 377260 6-Sep-2010 20:26
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Yeah. E71 was better as it did infrastructure wifi. The android does ad-hoc only. I don't own any apple equipment but don't think they do ad-hoc...




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