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Nokia D211 GPRS/WLAN Card

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Posted 15 years ago | Reviews | 0 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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If you are the sort of H/PC user who likes to remain connected at all times, and your device lacks built-in cellular support - which you find on devices such as the bSquare Power Handheld or the SmartBook G138 - then chances are you are fed up with having to juggle the infrared connection from your PDA to your phone, carry cumbersome data cables, or are fed up of having to swap between Bluetooth and WiFi adapters as you move between communication mediums.

If this is sounding familiar, then the Nokia D211 mobile GPRS/WLAN card could be the solution you are looking for. We take a look at the D211 and find out if it really is a saving grace for H/PC users.

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Nokia D211 GPRS/WLAN Card
Posted on 11 September 2006 at 09:22

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