Accessing the Internet via the analog cellular phone network is not a new idea. But a new product lets notebook users make that connection with the use of a single PC Card, obviating the need for a separate cellular phone.
The card also provides noncellular connection. It has four default modes: cellular voice, cellular modem/fax, landline modem, and landline fax and voice.
Com.plete PC Card is compatible with Microsoft Windows 95, 3.1, and NT and plugs into a PCMCIA Type III slot.
The card is available now for just under $500 through GlobeWave. Widespread distribution is expected in the first quarter of 1998.