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Is there any gadget i can buy to link 2 laptops to run off the same usb broadband modem usb is from cricket wireless?

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Im not aware of any gadgets, but you can always use the USB stick on one laptop, share the internet connection, and connect the other laptop throught the shared connection.

That would require your laptops to be networked, either by a crossed cat cable or with regular switching or routing.

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