Verizon launches the PC770 Mobile Broadband card

Verizon launches the PC770 Mobile Broadband card
Verizon has now introduced a new Mobile Broadband card to it's line-up, the Novatel Wireless PC770, and is capable to be used in PC Card Slots (Type-II PCMCIA) and newer ExpressCard Slots. Features include EVDO Rev A (backwards compatible with Rev 0 and 1x), integrated VZAccess Manager software on the device, NovaSpeed software technology, and supports NDIS and VPN. It can be used on system running Windows 2000/Vista/XP and Mac OS X 10.4.0 or higher. The PC770 is available now through the Verizon Wireless site for $99 after a $50 rebate with a 2 year Mobile Broadband contract, $169 after rebate with a 1 year contract, or $269 full retail. The device will be available in-stores starting August 2nd.

source: Verizon Wireless

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