Wireless modems: Operate on cellular networks with speeds ranging between dial-up and DSL; broadest coverage area of existing options.Blackberry: Pager-like two-way communication devices; newer models are more commonly equipped with wireless capabilities.

Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs): Palm or PocketPC devices; newer models are more commonly equipped with wireless capabilities.

Laptops: Frequently equipped with wireless capabilities, which might include a wireless modem, a Wi-Fi card, Bluetooth (wireless protocol) or any combination.

Tablet PCs: Laptop PCs that either have no keyboard or whose display swivels and covers the keyboard to enable pen-based use; assumes the shape and feel of a tablet with a form factor that enables easier mobile use.

Cell phones: Increasingly powerful wireless communications devices that may feature built-in wireless modems, e-mail access, digital cameras, keyboards and more.

Source: Celent Communications Inc.

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