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Samsung shows off Wibro notebook

Evan Blass
01.07.06
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Samsung is showing off what it claims to be the world's first WiMAX-enabled notebook, although this one sports the Korean WiBro flavor. For our first time readers, WiMAX is a long-range wireless broadband standard that offers download speeds up to 300 Mbps, although the final specs have yet to be ratified. What this means for you, simply, is that the WiFi laptop you got for Christmas is already totally played out.

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