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Sprint EVDO for PowerBook users

updated 04:30 pm EDT, Tue September 5, 2006

Merlin S720 EVDO for Macs today announced that it has released free directions to allow Sprint's newly-announced Merlin S720 EVDO Revision A PCMCIA Card to work with 15- or 17-inch PowerBooks. Last week Sprint was the first carrier to deliver EVDO Revision A Cards; however, these cards are not currently supported by Apple's Mac OS 10.4.7, nor does Sprint provide software or drivers for Mac OS X. The site has posted free directions to allow any 15- or 17-inch PowerBook running Mac OS X 10.4.7 to use the new Merlin S720 EVDO Rev A card. The directions require some technical knowledge and familiarity with the Terminal application; however, a detailed, step-by-step keystroke-by-keystroke eBook is included when ordering the Merlin S720 EVDO card and Sprint service from EVDOinfo's sister site,

by MacNN Staff





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