Netbooks are an obvious candidate for mobile broadband, but often require a little tweaking before you can get them to work. Over at our sibling site Gizmodo, Nick details the process for getting 3's Internet key to work on notebooks like the HP Mini 2140, which has a lower resolution screen than 3's software expects. If your problem is getting 3G broadband working on a Linux-based Eee PC, check out our earlier guide but bear in mind that some more recent modem models won't work without some significant hacking.
Get 3's Internet Key Working On Smaller Screens
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