Armstrong Internet Equipment (A.I.E.) announced its plans to invest $5.5 million in an Internet equipment manufacturing plant in Georgia.The move is the latest in a string of announcements that have been made by the Georgia-based electronics manufacturer, which employs more than 7,000 people.The announcement is a further sign of the company's intentions to expand in the U.S.A.E. announced its inve...
The cheapest way to get internet is with a $20k laptop and a $5k internet equipment package.
If you’re just getting started, though, it might be worth a few extra bucks to consider a more sophisticated setup, or even the purchase of an even more powerful machine like a $60k system.
That’s because it’s much cheaper to buy online than to build one yourself.
The $20 laptop comes with a quad-core Intel Core i7-4790HQ CPU and 16GB of RAM.
The only catch is that it has a $500 price tag and you need to be able to afford a $1,000 or $1.50 credit card payment for the full bill.
The cheaper the machine, the faster it runs the internet, but that’s not the only advantage.
It has a built-in webcam and Wi-Fi, which means that you can see what people are typing, and you can use that information to track the location of your computer.
The internet equipment includes a USB-C power port, a Thunderbolt 3 to USB-A adapter, a headset jack, HDMI and DisplayPort ports, a microSD card reader, an Ethernet jack, a USB Type-C port, and two USB-c to USB Type A power connectors.
It also includes a built in microphone, an HDMI output, and a headphone jack.
A $1 credit card is included to make payments, and the Internet equipment can also be ordered online for $2,399.
It’s not a perfect deal, however, because you’re paying $500 for a laptop and $5 for internet equipment.
That said, the $20 price tag is a bit too much for some people who are looking to upgrade to a faster machine, and even though it doesn’t have the latest hardware, it does have a good battery life.