Dell offers WiMAX upgrades on three laptops

Dell is offering upgrades for three of its high-end laptops to support WiMAX. For $60, owners of the Dell Studio 15, Studio 17 and Studio XPS 16 models can buy an Intel wireless module for $60 to enable them to use Clearwire's WiMAX network in Atlanta, Baltimore and Portland, Ore.

Dell also said it is considering support for LTE in its laptops, although it did not offer details. Verizon Wireless plans to launch an LTE network by the end of this year, with the bulk of commercial deployments coming next year.

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