These days it's not just a minor inconvenience when the Internet goes out. More and more people every year work from home, and depend on their connection in order to make a living. CP Technologies has announced today a new product that could be a godsend to anyone who needs a reliable Internet connection like they need air to breath.
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The LevelOne 3G allows your notebook or desktop to share a Wi-Fi connection with any device that has 3G service. It also works as a mobile broadband connection. The LevelOne weighs only 11.2 ounces, so it's small enough to carry with you anywhere that you need a connection. Toss it in a bag with your netbook and smartphone, and you're ready to connect no matter where you go.
If you keep your LevelOne at home, it can act as a back-up system. In the event that your regular internet connection goes down, the LevelOne will start your 3G connection up immediately, so you don't have to lose any browsing time. That'll be useful if you're in the middle of sending an email (or raiding in World of Warcraft) when your connection drops.
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The LevelOne's cost is set at $149. You can find more information about it at www.level1.com. I'm excited for this product, and if it really works as well as CP claims I think it'll be a hot seller. Portable computing is what moves the industry right now, and this makes staying connected easier than ever. It also speaks to a growing trend of interconnectedness in the industry. With a LevelOne, your phone and your notebook or desktop are connected all the time, working together to make you more efficient and less reliant on the whims of finicky ISPs.