I've been seeing a lot of ads lately for Chevy cars which have built-in LTE. I love LTE, so thought I'd see how a Chevy car compares to Karma's own LTE product, Karma Go. The results may surprise you!

Do you drive cars? Do you use the internet in various places? Did you ever wonder what your life would be like if you had internet in your car? If so, this post is for you.

Chevy Malibu, which, let's be clear, is an entire car

A whole car!A whole car!

  • Price: It's a car, so like $20,000 or more? Cars cost a lot, I think.
  • Features: LTE
  • Core selling point: You can use internet wherever your car is.
  • Extras: Driving places.
  • Downsides: You have to find a parking spot. Doesn't fit in your pocket.

Karma Go (not a car)

Karma Go, which is not a car.Karma Go, which is not a car.

  • Price: $149
  • Features: LTE
  • Core selling point: You can use internet wherever. Like in a car, for instance.
  • Extras: You can carry it with one human hand, or put it in a bag.
  • Downsides: Not a vehicle for human transportation.

Images of the car are © General Motors

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