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Here's a review over at youtube:
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JonPowell wrote:Anyone know the size of downloading an average show or movie and if it will FAP those on a limited 250 MB per daily limit download (Hugesnet)?
Hughesnet (or any other satellite ISP) is pretty much for light surfing and email. Unless you spend a fortune. If you can get cell phone reception (even just outside your home) look into an aircard from your cellphone provider. With that and a mobile 3g router (check out evdoinfo or the evdoforums for info) you can do pretty much anything, depending on your plan. It's the setup I use to run a PS3 (online gaming), a Wii, and 5 computers. It will stream video and if you're in the full 3g area it'll stream HD but no one can do anything else at the same time on the network.
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