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DannyC

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  1. DannyC

    Charging laptop question

    Thanks for the advice! Sorry my question wasn't very clear. I was just interested in other peoples experiences keeping things charged.
  2. DannyC

    Charging laptop question

    Hi All, I have a question about electricity. So I need to charge my laptop quite a bit during the day because of the amount of video calling I do (sometimes 5/6 hours in total!). At full charge, my Lenovo laptop gives about 2.5 hours battery when the camera is on and I am uploading video. This means i will have to charge a fair bit during the day. Is this feasable? Does anyone else here use quite a lot of electricity? Thanks in advance for your comments. Dam
  3. Thank you all for your input.
  4. Dr.Bob - which external antenna do you use? I think I would need one of these.
  5. Wow - £30 a month seems cheap. Maybe I need to look and see what deal I can get. Thanks for the info.
  6. Good point! So I was paying £35 a month for 40GB with EE through the 4G EE box. This just about covered my online work. I would probably got for a bigger package to ensure everything is covered. Dan
  7. Thanks everyone. I feel like this is doable!
  8. Hi all, I am looking to start boating in the next couple of months. I work about 20 hours a week teaching online through Skype and various platforms. This uses a fair amount of data. I have been using a EE 4G box to pick up signal from my flat with strong download and upload speeds and a pay monthly data package. The connection is good and never seems to drop out. It is certainly not the cheapest way to get internet but my current flat can't have fiberoptic. I am curious as to whether the EE box will work on a boat. I imagine that in most locations, especially around London, you can pick up 4G signal. I have a fixed schedule per week so I will ensure that I am stationary for teaching time. Does anyone else use a large amount of data for their work? How do you get round connection problems? This is a bit of a deal breaker for me, so any help is much appreicated. Cheers Dan
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