Looks like Verizon isn’t the only carrier around to offer Samsung’s N150 with a built-in wireless module, as O2 has just launched the Asus UL30A and the Samsung N150 with built-in 3G access, allowing you to relocate your 3G USB dongle to the trash bin. The Samsung N150 will be offered in O2 stores tomorrow with a 24-month contract at £25/month, netting you 3GB worth of data, 500MB of Wi-Fi and 300 text messages. You’ll need to also shell out £29.99 for the Samsung N150 that sports an Intel Atom processor, 1GB of memory, 250GB hard drive and 6-hour battery life.
The Asus UL30A will be arriving in May and will tie you to £30/month 2-year plan that includes 3GB worth of data, 750MB worth of free Wi-Fi and 300 texts. The UL30A will cost you £79.99. Are you planning to get one of these, or has Apple’s iPad already stolen your heart?
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