MacBook Pro :: Mobile Internet - Express Card Or USB Dongle?

Nov 29, 2010

I have a macbook pro 17, I couldn't really wait for what might or might not come out next year, as there was an urgent need for it. I am interested in getting some mobile internet, and was wondering, would you seasoned pro's go for a usb dongle or express card slot option?

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