Engadget: â€œthe VGo ‘bot — a chest-high roving device that has a display and camera built-in and allows patients and others to interact with a remote operator — is at CES this year to show off its inclusion of Verizon LTE, instead of the WiFi-only model we’ve seen in times past.â€ â€“ So? So this means youâ€™re no longer confined to locations with Wi-Fi. It means you can have telepresence (telemedicine, telepharmacy) anywhere. Need a specialistâ€™s opinion in the middle of nowhere? Ok, just fire up the VGo robot with Verizon LTE.
For those of you that havenâ€™t experience â€œ4Gâ€ youâ€™re missing out. Itâ€™s quite snappy. I frequently use my Galaxy Nexus to watch movies on Netflix while waiting for my daughter at Volleyball practice. No lag. No buffering. Just a smooth movie watching experience.