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Stefan Constantinescu

I keep the latest version of Opera's desktop browser installed on my netbook because it offers the same server side compression technology that's on Opera Mini, an application I know you love and use often.

Where EDGE fails is loading information from multiple sources. Say you're reading RSS feeds and images are coming down from 20 different sites. That makes it useless.

Anyway, I'd rather have some connection than no connection. When things are really slow I'll use mobile versions of desktop sites on my desktop.


While awaiting my new ADSL connection at home, my operator gave me a 3G/HSPA dongle to tide me over. Unfortunately where I live I only get EDGE. Fortunately it regularly reported a 30kB/s download rate; not so bad. The real annoyance though was waiting eight weeks for the ADSL - which is bad even by Belgian standards.

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