What do you get if you mix an award winning mobile broadband service with a pair of stylish portable PCs? You get our new embedded sim laptops, that’s what.
Laptops with embedded sims are great for connecting to broadband on the go – they’re small, they’re stylish and they don’t need dongles poking out the side to pick up a signal. That’s why we’re proud to launch two new embedded sim laptops – the Samsung N150 and the ASUS UL30A.
|Samsung N150||ASUS UL30A|
Both laptops come with the same great offers – two year warranty, Wi-Fi at thousands of The Cloud and BT Openzone hotspots, 30 days O2 Techies support and McAfee Internet Security for the life of the contract – and each have their own strengths to set them apart from the crowd.
|Built in mobile broadband||Built in mobile broadband|
|Great starter laptop or second device||Ultra thin device|
|Stylish design||Quick 8 second boot up in browsing mode|
|Scratch-resistant casing||Stylish, hard wearing casing|
|Great for email, browsing and social networking||Altec Lansing speakers|
|Lightweight – 1.26kg||Lightweight – 1.6kg|
|Windows 7 Starter||Windows 7 Premium|
|Intel Atom Processor||Intel ULV Core 2 Duo Processor|
|1GB Memory||3GB Memory|
|250GB Hard Drive||320GB Hard Drive|
|Up to 6 Hours battery life||Up to 8 hours battery life|
|10.1 inch anti glare screen||13.3 inch HD screen|
The Samsung N150 is available from 30 April and costs £29.99 when taken with a 24 month £25 Mobile Broadband tariff which includes a 3GB mobile broadband download allowance, 500MB Wi-Fi download allowance and 300 texts.
The ASUS UL30A meanwhile will be available in May for £79.99 when purchased with a 24 month £30 Mobile Broadband tariff – this includes a 3GB mobile broadband download allowance, 750 Wi-Fi download allowance and 300 texts.
Both laptops will be available in store and online and come complete with our 30 day Happiness Guarantee which lets you return the laptop for no additional cost if you’re not happy with it.
To read the full press release, including a quote from Felix Geyr, O2’s Head of Home and Broadband, head to our news centre.