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Looking for a new laptop

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I want a laptop with some sort of card or something that will be able to connect to the internet anywhere...does that exist?

PLEASE NOTE, I DONT KNOW ANY BRANDS OR ANYTHING, it made me chose!!!

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Yeah, there's one called the at&t connect card. here is a video of it below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZXpm4zXIoE

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It sounds like you are looking for a laptop with a wireless card. Most newer laptops come standard with a wireless card. You can get them from pretty much anywhere, just make sure it says wireless a/b/g/n under the specifications to get the most of of the card.

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