Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Imagine using your cigarette lighter to power a WiFi access point. You'll always be within 5 feet of a hot spot unless you're in the back of a Limo. Get ready for Broadband in your car...if you've got the cash.
Autonet Mobile says it'll work like any other hot spot. You'll be able to just use the wireless adapter you use anywhere else. The access point will be pricey ($400-ish), and on top of that you'll have a more than regular Broadband Bill ($50-ish).
The connection works well, even at high speeds, says one race car driver. It makes use of existing cellular wireless networks from Verizon and Sprint. Read more at ComputerWorld.com.
Super-Secret Source: Webspeaker