Orange Adds New Systems To Connected Line

Posted: Feb 5 2009, 6:58am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:56pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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Orange has announced new additions to its line of mobile broadband devices. Among the new devices are the HP Mini 700 and the Toshiba L300 laptops. The new devices are added to the Connected range that lets consumers sign up for mobile broadband for 24 months and get the laptops free.

Already in the connected range is the Asus Eee PC 901. Orange also announced the Huawei E160e dongle for mobile broadband connectivity that offers data storage capability. Pricing for the Toshiba L300 with be free with a 24 month commitment at £35.

The Compaq mini 700 will be free on plans at £30 per month or higher. The L300 is a standard size notebook with a 15.4-inch screen and 160GB of storage. The Mini 700 is a smaller 10.1-inch machine that weighs less than 1Kg.

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