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The Option GT Ultra’s ExpressCard format is slim and light. It’s also free when we checked it.
No compatibility options like the Kyocera KPC680 leaves us wanting a bit more.
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Reviewed on: 09/25/2008
By itself, the Option GT Ultra Express is a solid card with 3G speeds. When compared to other cards, it’s so so.
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The GT Ultra Express is the cousin of the Option GT Ultra. If they were competing in a beauty pageant, the GT Ultra Express would win. It’s got the chic expresscard format that newer laptops support and is a bit slimmer.
Outside of superficial differences, they literally do the same thing. Get on the internet at the same speed. Nothing too flashy there. As far as ExpressCards go, the Kyocera KPC680 beats them hands down. It’s compatible with everything.
By itself, the GT Ultra Express is a solid card with 3G speeds. When compared to other cards, it’s so so. You can pick it up for free here.
The Option GT Ultra PC/Mac ExpressCard for AT&T is capable of bursting to data speeds that turn most any Windows laptop or Mac notebook into a roaming productivity center, and AT&T’s network is constantly evolving to provide even better speeds. Compatible with both AT&T 3G BroadbandConnect and nationwide EDGE data networks, you get coverage when you need it. Plus, true plug-and-play ExpressCard technology lets you get up and running painlessly.
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- Dimensions – 4.0 in x 0.7 in x 0.4 in
- Weight – 1.4 oz
- Data Download Speed – HSUPA (Up to 2 Mbps), HSPDA (Up to 3.6 Mbps), UMTS (Up to 384 kbps), GPRS
- Network Compatibility – UMTS/HSDPA 850, 1900, 2100 and GSM/EDGE: 850, 900, 1800, 1900
- 3G Data Speeds – Yes
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