If you want to enjoy fast (super fast, that is) cellular Internet access on the go now, you can either get the
In this case, it might be a better idea to get what Verizon is about to ship, the first 4G LTE-enabled PC, the HP Pavilion dm1-3010nr Entertainment PC.
The 4G LTE-enabled laptop was first introduced during CES 2011 with the idea that it would allow customers to stream high-definition content, play games, do video chatting, or any other broadband-intensive applications, right out of the box. Verizon says that the laptop itself is super thin, at just 1.2 inches, making it a good companion for those who travel frequently.
Specs-wise, the computer seems rather underpowered, as it's equipped with a 1.60 GHz AMD dual-core E-350 processor, 2GB of DDR RAM, and a 320GB hard drive. The laptop's 11.6-inch LED screen supports a maximum resolution of 1,366x768 pixels. Other than the interpreted 4G LTE, it also has built-in Wireless-N. Verizon says the whole package weighs around 3.5 lbs.
The HP Pavilion dm1-3010nr runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and will be available on Verizon's Web site on July 28 for $600. According to Verizon, customers will have the option to pick one of two data plans that cost $50/month for a 5GB data cap or $80/month for a 10GB data cap.