Worlds Most Obscure WIFI Locations
Coffee shops, hotels, airports, trains. All of these are places you expect to get a decent wifi connection. We’ve engineered our VAIO laptops to be able to connect in every one of those spaces, but what about those really obscure places, the ones that you least expect to have a wifi connection? The short answer- yes, those too. Now you may be wondering exactly what we mean by obscure wifi connections, well we’ve done our research and believe it or not we’ve compiled a list of some of the most unusual places you’ll find a wifi connection for your VAIO. Check out our list of most obscure wifi connections.
Best of Both Worlds
Working from the beach doesn’t sound all that terrible. If you’re the kind of person who can’t ever stop working then Waikiki Beach may be the spot for your next vacation or work-cation. Wifi is available along the white sandy beaches, so go ahead check a few emails, send a few proposals. This beach is the perfect place to mix business with pleasure. But it doesn’t stop there, beaches all over the world are starting to embrace the wifi connection. Think places like Britain’s Brighton beach, Rainbow beach in Chicago, Hermosa beach in Los Angeles and West Palm beach Florida.
In that same vein the Westhaven marina in Auckland, New Zealand is the largest marina wifi zone in the southern hemisphere. Marina hotspots are becoming more and more common these days, with locations popping up all over the world.
Nowhere To Go But Up
Typically we head to the mountains to “get away from it all” but we’re starting to see a shift in our ability to escape the modern world. Looking to climb Mount Everest in your future? Well you’ll be able to document your trip right up to the Everest Base Camp. Thanks to Ncell, a Nepalese telecommunications firm, climbers venturing to the top of the world’s highest mountain will find several hotspots en route to the summit.
Everest isn’t the only mountain equipped with hotspots, visitors to Mount Fuji can now access a wifi connection at its summit. Similar to Everest the hotspots were placed in locations around the mountain, the only difference is that they were able to get a connection up to the summit through the three cottages that surround it. Visitors will be given 72 hours of access to post all of the photos they want as well as check vital weather and tourist information.
To Infinity and Beyond, Literally
Innovation at it’s finest. By now everyone has heard of Virgin Galactic and according to reports when it finally does take off SpaceShipTwo will have wifi connection. Bring on the Earth selfies.
Speaking of space, you can also get a wifi connection on the moon, just in case you ever happed to pay it a visit. Okay so technically it’s not wifi yet, but they’ve definitely set up a way to communicate between earth and the moon. With the use of some pretty powerful lasers scientist were able to transmit data. The supposed purpose was to set up future generations with a way to communicate and keep in touch with those back on earth.
As technology continues to improve and make advancements we can expect to find wifi connections in more unusual places. Ultimately, what now seems a bit obscure will become the norm with an end result looking something like global connection. In such an innovative market the VAIO Society continues to follow the ebb and flow of technological advancements, recognizing those who are on a similar path to greatness.