Pal Paul Kapustka has his second WiMax report out and it's a goodie. It's a consumers' guide to WiMax.
– What the technology called “WiMax” is, and how it differs from home broadband services like DSL and cable modem, or cellular wireless data
– How its ability to keep users connected while mobile might empower new “local nomads” who want to take their Internet connectivity with them from home, to work and on their commutes
– How new pricing plans that include day passes and single bills for home and mobile service could help consumers lower their Internet access costs
The report also takes a look at the devices currently offered to connect to WiMax networks, and what the future might hold should WiMax connectivity find its way into consumer electronics or even automobiles. The new report is available for immediate download from www.sidecutreports.com for $149.95.