Verizon Wireless announce PC770 2-in-1 PC Card


pc770Verizon Wireless and Novatel Wireless have teamed up to offer the PC770 2-in-1 PC Card and Express Card to the masses, where you will be able to place an order online at, while those who prefer to interact with real humans and love visiting brick-and-mortar establishments can do so through their business sales channels. What makes the PC770 special? Well, this device offers customers access to Verizon Wireless’ Mobile Broadband service, which enables speedy, responsive access to e-mail, corporate data, the Internet and more regardless of where you are. Sounds like the perfect companion to any high powered executive who wants to remain on top of things no matter where he/she travels.

Some of the key features found on the PC770 2-in-1 card include :-

  • Runs on Verizon Wireless’ high-speed network, which uses Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) Revision A (Rev. A) technology
  • Uses NovaSpeed technology that enables high-speed simultaneous uploads and downloads
  • Includes VZAccess Manager software for easy connection management and automatic installation
  • 2-in-1 card includes an adapter so the PC770 can be used with an ExpressCard or a PC peripheral interface slot and is compatible with both PC and Mac notebook computers

Not too sure where you fit in the big picture? Let us help – the PC770 is ideal for individuals and organizations who are currently making the transition from PC Cards to the newer ExpressCard format (boy, that sure is a long time in coming considering how the latter has been around for quite some time already), giving users the flexibility that enterprise customers require in their mobile broadband solutions. Available from August 2nd onwards, the PC770 will be in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores for $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement. This sounds like another way for bosses to keep tabs on their workers regardless of where they are around the country…

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2 reviews or comments

Ralf Says: August 29, 2010 at 7:54 am

Repeating the companies product information is not a review of the product.

Edwin Says: August 30, 2010 at 7:14 pm

But but, this isn’t a review! :)

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