in the chromebook central group the discussion of what we would pay for unlimited 3G came up. and it got me thinking about if I would pay for 3G for the chromebook or not. the more I think about it the more likely I think it is that I would.
Ever since I got my chromebook my use of my Evo phone has dropped considerably. I do occasionally use it for real quick look ups and much more often as a hotspot for the chromebook. the rare occasion when I use the 100MG free 3G on the chromebook is really nice. it just disappears too fast. i have tested a couple 24hour free passes and I loved it. I've noticed in restaurants often the verizon 3G is faster than the unsecure wifi they have. of course I've only gotten the pass a couple times so it's nothing conclusive and I'm beginning to think I may have a wifi issue on unsecure networks. but the thing is. I like it when I use the Evo hotspot in public or in the car when someone else is driving. and since I don't use the phone much anymore I would think about removing it from the phone and paying for it on the chromebook instead if the price was right. because it's so much easier. it makes so much more sense since this is my main access to the net on the road... heck it's my main access from home too. I just absolutely love it. it's my main computer. period. this is my two cents worth. anyone beg to differ?
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Saturday, November 5, 2011
another reason to love my chromebook... we were trying to find a bank and the flash wouldn't scroll properly on my android phone so I pulled out chromebook, signing onto 3G and quickly found the branch we were looking for, threw it back in my purse and we were on our way again. less than a minute... worked great!!!