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As the hype around cryptocurrency reaches a fever pitch, bitcoin prices also clock in a new high price just shy of $60,000. Is this a bubble or a calculated recognition of the innovation that cryptocurrency can provide? Chances are it’s at least a little bit of both.
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Let’s face it. That work computer you’ve had for the last few years just doesn’t perform like it used to, and you could probably get even more done each day if you weren’t sitting around and waiting for programs and saved files to load. Luckily, you won’t have to break the bank in order to get your productivity back up to speed.
Sprint claims to be the only mobile data provider who is offering an unlimited mobile data plan, but they seem intent on reserving the right to cancel that deal at any point they see fit – contract or not. Even if you do manage to make it through a two year term with your unlimited data plan, the actual data speeds and connection reliability leave a lot to be desired. Save yourself the hassle and spend a few extra bucks a month, but avoid doing business with Sprint at all costs!
The Dell 11z being offered through Sprint is extremely portable and affordable, but other than that there are a whole lot of problems that prevent it from being an efficient way to work on the go. From low power to bad configurations and instability, there are probably much better tools to be productive when you’re away from your desk.