If you've ever found yourself on the road where you needed a PC-Card and ExpressCard but only had one in your hand, the AirCard 402 was designed to fit both PC-Card and ExpressCard slots.
Verizon Wireless just announced the availability of the Sierra Wireless AirCard 595U EVDO Rev. A USB Modem for $179 after $50 mail-in rebate and two-year contract. (Service is $60 per month.) Our own Charlie White has already tested the Sprint edition of the 595U, and calls it "freedom on a stick."
Great news for AT&T data users today, as the Option GT MAx 3.6 ExpressCard and the Sierra Wireless AirCard 875U USB card have just been made available. The 875U USB version is Mac compatible when you download the client from Sierra's Web page, and the Expresscard Mac drivers can be downloaded here as well.
Sprint looks to be on track to launch their faster Revision A EVDO network in the fourth quarter of this year. They've already announced one card, here are two more.
Yesterday, Sprint unveiled their first revision A. EVDO high speed cellular data card. That card came in the aging PCMCIA form factor, so we couldn't use it in our Macbook Pros. Here's a cludgy fix to that problem: EVDO and HSPDA cards that work over a USB cable. EVDO, is the broadband-like speed that Verizon and…