We are a mobile oriented society, plain and simple. Whether it’s your cellphone, laptop, blackberry or pager, we’re all connected to a global network of communication that allows instant contact between people. To further this cause, the unique individuals over at AutoNet Mobile have introduced a new solution for on-the-go folks like you and me.
AutoNet makes it easy for any wireless device to connect to their broadband mobile network, and let car passengers check email, surf the web, game or communicate globally. So devices ranging from laptop computers to mobile media players, from Wi-Fi cameras to Wi-Fi phones like the VoIP Skype Phone, and from stationary videogame consoles to handheld gaming units like the Sony PSP and the Nintendo DS, internet action on the road never became easier.
I applaud the advent of this technology, regardless of the pricetag, because I’m a gamer at heart. If I can frag my friends while travelling along I-5, then bring it on! I’ve seen enough of those lucky people in japan that can use their laptops in the subways and train networks, I want some of that action too.
What’s unique about Autonet Mobile is our Patent Pending TRU Technology that performs session, link and content management on the network so you don’t experience disconnects while in motion.
Think of it as having your own built in personal agent in the box managing your connection. This technology enables us to provide you continuous connectivity so you can have a rich multi-media experience in the car.
We run over both 3G and 2.5G (EVDO, 1xRTT) cellular Data networks. Simply plug the in-car router into your cigarette car lighter, connect your WiFi device(s) and surf the net.
I would really like to give this a try. Although they claim a 95% coverage in the US (see picture above), I can think of a few heavily mountained and well wooded areas that can give this service a run for it’s money. If you have any experience with this service, let us know how it works for you!