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  1. #16
    DSL GURU
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    Re: 4900 and Vision

    If the 4900 is slow and not recommended for Vision, maybe 4900 owners tend not
    to use it for Vision, and thats why a Tech might not receive many calls about
    it?

    > I'd definitely keep it off the bottom.


    So which phones would you say the 4900 is better than for Vision usage?



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  2. #17
    StarOwl
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    Re: 4900 and Vision

    In article <[email protected]>, [email protected][127.0.0.1]
    says...
    > I want to know if the newer phones provide more solid laptop
    > connections. From someone who had the 4900, got a newer phone, and used
    > both with a laptop.


    Well, I would of course never admit to having used either my old 4900 or
    my new 8100 as a modem, as that's a no-no.

    However, hypothetically, if I had done so, I would be able to comment
    that the 8100 had less of a tendency to hang or drop the network
    connection than did the 4900. However (and hypothetically) I would
    also observe that the 8100 doesn't have quite the ability that the 4900
    did of holding on to signal in fringe areas.

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  3. #18
    Donkey Agony
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    Re: 4900 and Vision

    StarOwl wrote:

    >> I want to know if the newer phones provide more solid laptop
    >> connections. From someone who had the 4900, got a newer phone, and
    >> used both with a laptop.


    > Well, I would of course never admit to having used either my old 4900
    > or my new 8100 as a modem, as that's a no-no.




    > However, hypothetically, if I had done so, I would be able to comment
    > that the 8100 had less of a tendency to hang or drop the network
    > connection than did the 4900. However (and hypothetically) I would
    > also observe that the 8100 doesn't have quite the ability that the
    > 4900 did of holding on to signal in fringe areas.


    *FINALLY* someone answers my question! Thank you!!!


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