Forget about fiddly phones, hit and miss WiFi and slow-as-molasses PDAs. If you want to surf the net wherever you fancy without having to wait an eternity for pages to load, you need the splendiferous Pocket Surfer2.
Browse web pages
This sleek slice of technological excellence lets you browse web pages in all their glory, with full graphics, Java support and other complex web functionality - anytime, anyplace. No wires, no Wi-Fi, no contract. And you won't have to faff around searching for hotspots as the Pocket Surfer2 has a built-in GPRS modem. Simply switch on and you can start surfing immediately.
Fits in your pocket
In terms of speed, the PocketSurfer2 is a proverbial hare compared to the tortoise-like competition. Acceleration technology allows you to zip around the web like greased lightning. Pages that take two minutes to download on comparative devices take under seven seconds on this zippy gizmo. Wow!
Backlit QWERTY keyboard
and integrated mouse
Unlike smartphones and similar jack-of-all-trades machines, the PocketSurfer2 features a gorgeous 5" colour screen, so you won't need a magnifying glass to read pages like this. And if you'd rather staple stinging nettles to your tongue than type an address using tricky keys, help is at hand because the Pocket Surfer2 boasts a backlit QWERTY keyboard and integrated mouse pointer.
Lightweight and slim casing
But what about all this free surfing business? Well, believe it or not, it's true. With the PocketSurfer2 you pay for the device not the usage. Upon purchase you get 20 hours free usage per month for a whole year. That's an hour surfing every weekday! (If you're a real geek a piddly £5.99 per month gives you unlimited usage). Talking of surfing every day, the Pocket Surfer2 is juiced by a rechargeable battery that gives 4 hours surf time or 5 days standby.
Short of miniaturising your laptop with a ray gun and blagging a free contract, we can think of no better way to enjoy the web when you're out and about. Whether you're Googling around, checking emails or gawping at the orangey wonder that is Firebox.com, the Pocket Surfer2 is w.w.w.one helluva cool tool.