For Travelers, It's A Data Dirt Road
In the decade since truly portable computers hit the market, the machines have become substantially more useful, while their weight and cost have plunged. But when it comes time to communicate with the office, portable computing can be exceedingly difficult. Most travelers with computers would cheerfully forgo the promise of the Information Superhighway if they could just get a decent two-lane data blacktop today.
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