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actually, I know the solution partially.... and i need that solution too. Open your battery, then you will see a sim card slot (some metallic type). Now you know about drivers then tell me name of driver...
The SIM card is for a mobile data plan. If you go to say...AT&T and purchase a wireless data plan on the cellular network and insert the sim in the back of your laptop you will have internet access on the cellular network.
specced a Studio 15 for $1457 on the Dell site (the official starting
price is currently $1,149), to get it closer on paper to Dell's XPS M1530. We also specced an entry level XPS M1530 for $1798.
We're not entirely convinced the $300 step up to the XPS M1530 is a must.
differences are processor and graphics. On our Studio 15 we have
Intel's Core 2 Duo P8400, vs the T8300 on the XPS M1530. The P8400 has a
lower clock speed at 2.26GHz chip vs 2.4GHz for the T8300, and has 3MB
cache (same as the XPS). On the other hand, the P8400 is a 25watt chip,
vs 35W for the T series, so in theory it's more battery efficient.
The Studio 15 is also on the new Centrino 2 platform, and has a 1066MHz FSB, vs 800MHz for the XPs.
other major difference is graphics. The entry level Studio 15 gives you
the choice of either Intel's integrated graphics (4500MHD), the better
choice for battery life, or 256MB Ati Mobility Radeon HD 3450. The XPS
eschews integrated graphics in favour of 256MB NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT.
notebooks come with internal DVD combo drives, though there is a
Blu-Ray option on the entry level XPS. The XPS also has an integrated
mobile broadband option, which wasn't mentioned on our Studio 15.
Studio 15's Centrino 2 platform and solid spec stack up well against
the entry level XPS M1530. It seems the XPS' advantages here are mostly
in terms of its sleeker design, and slightly lighter weight (2.62Kg vs
2.77Kg for the Studio 15).
Studio 15 vs Inspiron 1525 We
also configured a top end Inspiron 1525 for comparison. Our spec
included Intel Core 2 Duo T8300 (same as the XPS), the same 1440x900
scren as the XPS, 3GB RAM (same as Studio 15), and 320GB HDD (same as
Studio 15). Bluetooth and wireless n were add-on modules, and there was
no dedicated graphics option, only Intel's older generation X3100.
the older Centrino platform, older graphics, and without the LED
screen, our Inspiron 1525 spec came to $1527 - actually more than the
In this comparison, the Studio 15 stacks up as the
better buy, and it's also solid value against the more expensive XPS. If
you're looking for a solid mid-range laptop, we recommend you place the
Studio 15 on your shopping list.
That slot is an ExpressCard Slot for WWAN cards that require a sim card in order to
connect to the provider's network. Not all WWAN cards require sim
cards to connect. If you get an ExpressCard WWAN card, and that card requires a sim to
connect, then usually there will be a place on the card itself to put
the sim. The sim slot in the battery bay is because most mini-cards do
not have room to add the required sim card slot and still fit into the
yes of course you can use that , you just have to remove the voda fone card and insert o2 card in the system ,
for removing instructions , you can check out the system manuals,
from the website www.support.dell.com
enter your system service tag and select manuals .
It's a mobil connection. It enables you to stay connected to the internet if you are on the way with your laptop.
This are the spec. from Dell for the UK Internal Dell Wireless Stay connected while on the go with the Wireless 5530 3G/HSDPA Mobile Broadband Card from Dell. It uses WCDMA Technology that offers fast, wireless broadband speeds to help you achieve LAN-like mobility. It helps maximize your productivity while maintaining contact with clients, colleagues and family. Its high efficiency compact broadband design provides consistent throughput performance. Its GPS capability allows you to retrieve location data from GPS satellites, utilize GPS navigation and location-based applications. This product has been tested and validated on Dell systems. It is supported by Dell Technical Support when used with a Dell system.
Highlights •WCDMA technology for quick and easy integration into laptops, PDA’s and mobile •Coupled with 3G technology for high level of mobility •Compact design for enhanced throughput and performance Compatible With: •Latitude E6500 / E6400 / E6400 ATG / E5400 / E4300 / E4200 •Precision M4400 NB
It's quite cool and fast as described, I used the Vodafone Mobile connect HSDPA and I can confirm the good performance.
One serious issue are the costs, as you pay for the downloaded MB once you exceed your free data limit, Not sure if you want to use it privately, then you need to monitor the amount of downloaded data closely otherwise you will be poor very soon :-). Check at the Vodafone Home page the costs.
try to check if there are requirements that must be met in order to use the usb broadband. try checking the TCP/IP configuration on your network settings. And set it as dynamic. Because the usb broadband will be responsible in assigning ip address to you so you can connect to their server and use the internet. .