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Orange has unveiled three new devices in its mobile broadband equipment range.

Firstly, two new laptops will be offered as part 24-month 3G broadband deals - the HP Compaq Mini 700 and Toshiba L300.

The HP Compaq Mini 700 is a lightweight laptop, tipping the scales at just one kilogramme and featuring an integrated webcam - customers paying £30 per month on a two-year deal will be given the machine for free.

With a larger screen and DVD player, the Toshiba L300 is being offered with mobile broadband contracts asking £35 per month over the same period.

Contract holders will now be able to connect using the Huawei E160e dongle, which comes in a range of colours and also acts as a memory stick.

Commenting on the new additions, Orange director of broadband and home, Asif Aziz, said: "We always aim to offer customers a flexible solution that works around them and the lifestyle they choose, and believe the new devices we've launched today do just that."

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