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It’s all true, Verizon Wireless will offer the HP Mini 1151NR Netbook with integrated 3G-goodness!

It’s all true, Verizon Wireless will offer the HP Mini 1151NR Netbook with integrated 3G-goodness!

Everything you’ve heard about Verizon Wireless offering a Netbook with Mobile Broadband network built in is 100-percent true. You’ll be able to pick one up at Verizon Wireless stores this upcoming Sunday, May 17 for a small price of $199.99 after a $50.00 mail-in rebate along with a new two-year activation on a Mobile Broadband plan.

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Sprint MiFi 2200 EVDO hotspot announced

Sprint MiFi 2200 EVDO hotspot announced

Sprint have announced that they too will be offering the Novatel Wireless MiFi 2200 "Intelligent Mobile Hotspot", expected to launch on Verizon's network come May 17th.  As with the Verizon version, the Sprint MiFi 2200 will share its EVDO Rev.A data connection with up to five WiFi clients; it will also offer access to the hotspot's GPS functionality, something the Verizon version does not.

 

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Verizon HP Mini 1151NR on sale May 17th?

Verizon HP Mini 1151NR on sale May 17th?

Verizon and HP's netbook collaboration - the EVDO Rev.A equipped HP Mini 1151NR - is set to drop in stores from May 17th, according to the latest tipsters.  Stock is already believed to be arriving with retailers, with a retail price expected to be around $199 with a 2-year contract and following a mail-in rebate.

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Verizon MiFi 2200 Wi-Fi hotspot hands-on and unboxing

Verizon MiFi 2200 Wi-Fi hotspot hands-on and unboxing

We just got our hands on the review unit of the MiFi 2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot today from Verizon and Novatel Wireless and we were eager to capture the unboxing for you. This device weighs next to nothing and it's super easy to take with you anywhere. It's meant to help you make a Wi-Fi connection anywhere you want that can be completely secure and reliable. Up to 5 connections can be shared at one time. This includes users or devices like cameras, gaming consoles or netbooks.

Check out the full unboxing, after the cut

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Verizon MiFi 2200 mobile EVDO Rev.A hotspot announced

Verizon MiFi 2200 mobile EVDO Rev.A hotspot announced

Verizon have officially launched their own personal internet gateway, the MiFi 2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot.  First tipped back in March, the Verizon MiFi 2200 is based on Novatel's MiFi device and packs an EVDO Rev.A 3G connection into a battery powered WiFi b/g router.  That means users can share the mobile broadband hook-up with up to five WiFi devices at the same time.

Video overview of the MiFi after the cut

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Palm Pre Canadian release set for Bell Mobility in 2H09

Palm Pre Canadian release set for Bell Mobility in 2H09

Bell Mobility and Palm have announced that the carrier will be the exclusive debut for the Pre smartphone in Canada.  Set to launch in the second half of 2009, the smartphone will be the same 3G EVDO Rev.A handset as Sprint users will get in the US.

 

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Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 netbook with integrated 3G

Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 netbook with integrated 3G

Lenovo are preparing to release their second-generation netbook, the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2, which will include integrated 3G but lose the ExpressCard slot that helped differentiate its predecessor.  According to the IdeaPad S10-2's user manual, which was prematurely posted to the company's support site, the netbook will still use Intel's Atom processor.

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HTC XV6175 Verizon smartphone spotted

HTC XV6175 Verizon smartphone spotted

A render of the HTC XV6175 A has emerged, prior to its Verizon branding.  The QWERTY handset is particularly interesting because it's believed to incorporate both CDMA and GSM connectivity.  The GSM Global Certification Forum have already confirmed that the XV6175 has quadband GSM support, but no UMTS/HSPA.

Given that Verizon have an EVDO Rev.A network, not an HSDPA/HSUPA one, that's no great hardship, and we'd expect to see the high-speed CDMA data connection in there too (though obviously of no interest to the GCF).  The hope is that this comes through the pipe as a Verizon World Phone - a handset which can be used to make calls and - albeit slowly - access data when outside the US.

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Sprint AirCard 402 EVDO card for ExpressCard & PC Card

Sprint AirCard 402 EVDO card for ExpressCard & PC Card

Sprint have launched their first two-in-one mobile broadband card, in the shape of the Sierra Wireless AirCard 402.  The AirCard 402 can either be used in a narrow ExpressCard slot or, with the broader adapter casing fitted, in an older PC Card slot.

 

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Routon P760 and P730 MIDs get Android

Routon P760 and P730 MIDs get Android

When we caught up with Chinese MID manufacturer Routon at CES back in January, they were looking for distributors for their P760 MID.  Now the company has another touchscreen MID on offer, the Routon P730, which keeps the 4.8-inch touchscreen of the P760 but drops the hardware keypad.  Also on offer now is Android support.

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Motion C5 & F5 slates get Verizon WWAN & SSD options

Motion C5 & F5 slates get Verizon WWAN & SSD options

Motion Computing have announced new Verizon EVDO WWAN and SSD options for their C5 and F5 Tablet PCs.  Buyers of the two slate-format touchscreen PCs now have a choice of integrated 3G together with WiFi a/g/n and a new 64GB SSD.

 

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Samsung Instinct S30 gets official: $130 from April 19th

Samsung Instinct S30 gets official: $130 from April 19th

After their Korean cousins flaunted it yesterday, Samsung USA and Sprint have officially announced the Instinct S30, follow-up to the best-selling Instinct touchscreen phone.  The Samsung Instinct S30 has a 3.2-inch touchscreen, 2-megapixel camera, GPS and Bluetooth 2.0, as well as the Opera Mini 4.2 browser, speech-control (which Sprint are calling Speech to Action) and a new on-screen QWERTY keyboard.

 

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