28 Results for

aircard

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Get a T-Mobile prepaid 4G USB aircard for $19.99

The Rocket 3.0 brings no-contract 4G service to your laptop and even comes with an assortment of colored faceplates.

By Jun. 19, 2012

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Sierra Wireless AirCard 860

If your travels often take you to several U.S. destinations (and even some international ones), the Sierra Wireless AirCard 860 will provide generally good connectivity almost anywhere you go.

Apr. 11, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating Apr. 11, 2006

Pricing not available

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Sierra Wireless AirCard 580

Fast speeds and easy setup make the AirCard 580 the mobile PC Card of choice.

Jan. 25, 2005

3.5 stars Editors' rating Jan. 25, 2005

Pricing not available

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Sierra Wireless AirCard 775

If you often work in areas with high-speed EDGE service availability, the Sierra Wireless AirCard 775 is your best bet for mobile Internet access.

Dec. 16, 2004

4 stars Editors' rating Dec. 16, 2004

MSRP: $299.00

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Sierra Wireless AirCard 300 Network adapter PC Card

This card works best for email users who want a hassle-free mobile connection.

Mar. 20, 2000

3 stars Editors' rating Mar. 20, 2000

MSRP: $499.00

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AirCard drivers for Mac OS X: maybe if you want 5000 of them

AirCard drivers for Mac OS X: maybe if you want 5000 of them

By Mar. 13, 2002

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Telstra introduces its next-generation LTE-Advanced 4G hotspot

Telstra has taken the covers off a new 4G mobile broadband Wi-Fi hotspot using next-generation LTE-Advanced technology, just days after Telstra partner Netgear accidentally leaked it online.

By Nov. 7, 2013

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Get a TruConnect USB 3G modem for $29.99

While supplies last, this Novatel Wireless air card brings no-contract 3G service to your laptop. It's a Cheapskate exclusive!

By Sep. 24, 2012

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Get a Virgin Mobile Prepaid 3G Modem for $59.88

Looking for dirt-cheap broadband Internet for your laptop? You've found it.

By Dec. 9, 2011

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FBI prepares to defend 'Stingray' cell phone tracking

Privacy groups plan to tell a judge tomorrow that controversial cell phone tracking technology, used by federal police since at least the mid-1990s, violates Americans' Fourth Amendment rights.

By Mar. 27, 2013