We continue talking about devices connected to the internet with the operators and more and probably most common considering the big bet they are doing in this regard. Yesterday was Movistar the first operator to offer a smartbook with Android (smartphone with appearance of portable hybrid) while Bankinter also announced his NetBook funded together with its data rate. Today Vodafone announces the launch of its new Samsung N150 netbook.
It is a NetBook with connectivity of integrated mobile broadband (HSPA up to 10.2 Mbps download and up to 5.7 Mbps on rise), 10.1 anti-glare screen inch, Intel Atom N450 processor, 1GB of RAM, 160GB HDD, WiFi, 3xUSB, webCam, operating system Windows 7 Starter, 6-cell battery that provides up to 7.5 hours of autonomy and weighs only 1.24 kg.
Vodafone will sell the device at the same price with any of its three Internet fares with you by a single payment 319 euros in pre-paid, 299 euros in contract no permanence or 199 euros with stay of 18 months.
But if you prefer, Vodafone will also offer the possibility of getting it in instalments of 10 euros/month during a stay of 24 months that will have to add an initial charge of 49 euros at the rate you Express, 29 euros at the rate you unlimited or 19 euros at the rate you gold. You can consult the conditions of these fees in the review that I already did.
At the moment 3G networks are responding well to the continuous increase of traffic but what will endure? The iPad is just around the corner and always-connected devices will be increasingly common… Refarming already!