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    Now sign up can get hp notebk.
    Up to end of May only leh..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mervlam
    friend, 3G is on paper when 2G phones are out in the market. that means the 1990s. it's just that the industry is slow to pick up 3G. Nowadays, researchers are talking about NG (next generation) phone technology already.

    besides, 3G is built to carry both voice and data. the newer wireless broadband technologies may not.
    And the best thing abt it? Our Korean and Japanese counterparts are already on MMS, websurfing on their phones like 5yrs ahead of us.

    GSM was never meant to support all your MMS, EMS, GPRS and whatnots in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsbn
    And the best thing abt it? Our Korean and Japanese counterparts are already on MMS, websurfing on their phones like 5yrs ahead of us.

    GSM was never meant to support all your MMS, EMS, GPRS and whatnots in the first place.
    Singapore is still a trend-following nation. She will only duplicate and adopt other tested and sucessful models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsbn
    And the best thing abt it? Our Korean and Japanese counterparts are already on MMS, websurfing on their phones like 5yrs ahead of us.

    GSM was never meant to support all your MMS, EMS, GPRS and whatnots in the first place.
    MMS, EMS, GPRS are technologies augmented with GSM. the result is a 2.5 or 2.75G phones.

    3G phones allows you truly mobile and high-speed communications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mervlam
    I doubt that a WiFI enabled PDA can work on a WiMAX network. WiFI and WiMAX are different technologies.

    Wi-Fi operates at 2.4GHz for 802.11b/g and 5GHz for 802.11a.

    WiMAX operates at sub 11GHz for 802.16d and 2 - 6 GHz for 802.16e.

    For those who wants a technical reading, go http://www.intel.com/netcomms/bbw/in...nsformbbw_home&
    Ah, me bad. Not catching up with the latest WLAN technologies nowadays.
    Then the PDA manufacturers better come up with WiMax-enabled PDAs!

    And, AP != Ah Pao, AP == Access Point, your wireless gateway or router.

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