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Archive for the tag "3g"

chromebook on the road

October 8th, 2012 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I’ve been testing out a Chromebook at home for a while now.  Friday was the first time I took it “on the road.”  In other words outside my apartment. Connecting to 3g At times, 3G connectivity takes a bit longer to start up.  (This probably happens at home too periodically; I just don’t watch startup […]

getting started with the chromebook – part 3

August 18th, 2012 by Jeanne Boyarsky

We’ve finished part 2 and I’m still happy with the Chromebook itself.  Today I’ll be walking through the process of activating 3g service from Verizon and my impressions of it.  I’ll post back some time from now how bandwidth usage is over time.  In particular, I’m concerned with how often/large the software updates are.  So far it […]

getting started with the chromebook – part 1

August 5th, 2012 by Jeanne Boyarsky

When the Chromebook came out last year, I blogged about the target audience; one of which was people who literally just use the internet.  My mother does four things with her computer: Internet (email, news, research, etc) Update firewall/virus scan Deal with problems Listen to CDs I think the Chromebook is for her!  It handles […]