Alajuela, Costa Rica (PRWEB) December 11, 2004
El Rey Largo Restaurant and Bar, Technology Center, announces a live demonstration / technical conference on the use of GSM telephones for mobile Internet Access in Costa Rica. The demonstration will be held at 7:00 PM at El Rey Largo, located 250 meters south of the Iglesia Agonia in Alajuela, Costa Rica, approximately 2 kilometers from the San Jose International Airport. See web site for map and Costa Rica discussion board.
All members of the public are welcome and encouraged to bring their own laptops so they can check out the surfing experience first hand. One observer at the first demonstration in November referred to it as Âextremely cool technology to see.Â There is no fee to attend and a delicious Costa Rican menu, Beer, Soft Drinks and full bar is available.
Learn how the extended GSM technology system works in Costa Rica and whether it may be a viable alternative to dialup access for you. You will also learn about Bluetooth. You will also be able to interact with others on the leading edge of technology in Costa Rica. El Rey Largo is also a wifi hotspot that offers free internet service to its customers (who bring their own laptops).
Plan your next high tech event at El Rey Largo in the Tropical Paradise, Costa Rica. With easy access from the SJO international airport, it is the perfect location for all high tech presentations especially those seeking an audience of venture capitalists interested in offshore technology investment.
El Rey Largo was created by Glen L. Roberts who owns an internet business (http://www.office1000.com )in the United States and ÂhasnÂt been his office in almost two yearsÂ. He has taken the concept of telecommuting to the extreme and personally demonstrated that with the internet there are no boarders; working from Costa Rica, Panama, Peru and Colombia.
Roberts encourages those that feel a little stressed out at the office to Âgrab their laptop and come to Costa Rica for a week or two -- for a work vacation.Â He warns however, it might be years before they return to their office.
Contact: Glen L. Roberts