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Re: Mini Laptop recomendation
Check out Consumer’s Guide for top 10 laptops. In my opinion a computer is a computer. It depends on what options or sales manufacturer is offering. I would recommend Dell products because of the in home service. I have worked on laptops for customers inRV’s, homes, tailgates of pick-up trucks, traveled by boat for ½ hr to customer’s home on island, etc. Will the laptop manufacture provide home service or do you have to send it back for repair? All my kids have Dell laptops and so do I.
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No, this would be seen by the provider, Sprint and would be a lot of overhead to track each computer connected. It is too costly and Sprint may not provide the info, mostly just connected times. From what I remember, they are like a modem that dials a number. I am in IT (remote connectivity and security) and I have used Sprint and Verizon cards with many laptops myself. :) hope this helps.
just looking thru the question here and i seen your's.
what i reccomend for any user is to ask what are you using it for? bussiness/ personal/ gaming/ ripping dvd's, whatever it can impact on your choice. however i would,nt reccomend buying the latest and greatest, but rather something that is being used by other people, something that has a excellent support and quite common, simply because it will be easier and a little cheaper to repair, upgrade, etc. rather than a custom built jobby if you know what i mean. nearly all lappy's have built in wifi/bluetooth/ethernet and celluar devices so connection isn't a issue. graphics and cpu power come first then memory then look for blu-ray/ dvd cappabilities for the future. you cpu and memory will last for years but blu-ray/dvd/cd media of the like change fast.
probaly rabbled on a bit but i hope at least i have put food on the table for thought.
Yes, you just need a Cradlepoint Router. The model you need just depends on the card you have. These routers convert your Sprint card to both Ethernet or WiFi internet that you can share with multiple computers / Wii / iPod Touch. See http://MoreMobileInternet.com/evdo-mobile-router to see the 4 routers plus how-to videos, and Sprint aircard compatability lists.
make sure system is off . remove the aircard. turn on u computer .Well u can use system restored from windows and set it to the first day they installed it. and reinstall driver first for u sprint aircard then shop down computer and insert the aircard. :)
Try connecting the sprint card to your router's internet port. You will need a usb-to-ethernet adaptor, along with a networking patch cable, to connect the sprint card to the router.
Then either connect to the router with your two computers using cables, or wireless. If using wireless, you will need wireless adaptors for each of your computers, preferrably Belkin brand to ensure compatibity.
You could do this, it would be a bit of work! You would have to dedicate the computer with the sprint card to provide the internet connection to your router, which would then supply all the other computers with internet.
Assuming you have windows XP or Vista on the machine with the sprint card you would enable Internet Connection Sharing, which would provide an internet connection into whatever is plugged into the ethernet port, your router.