HP Launches Laptop with Tri-Band HSDPA
Dec 11, 2006, 2:48 PM by (staff)
HP today announced the first laptop computer to offer built-in tri-band HSDPA and quad-band EDGE. Although there are a number of data cards that offer this same range of connectivity, the HP nc6400 is the first to offer it built into a laptop. The nc6400 will be available later this month for as low as $1600. Cingular will offer buyers unlimited high speed data on its network for $60 per month. Global travelers can take advantage of the laptop's additional bands with a 100 MB plan that offers access in more than 25 countries for $139 per month.
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First to have it built-in? Doesn't DELL?
Dell Wireless 5500 Mobile Broadband 3G HSDPA (Cingular US)
I think that's just dual band. I could be wrong though.