An European here cannot comprehend what's preventing creating a Pinetop Municipal Broadband Company which will provide the connection to locals and contractually buying bandwidth/network and other related services from the Wilson guys?
Zalman ZM-VE350 or such is very helpful in this case. Use any old hard disks and fill with.ISOs. Boot whatever you need the moment. Granted, won't work for really old computers without (proper) USB optical storage support. There are some glitches even with newer ones. But overall - very nice device. No need to hustle around with strange reflective disks.
... CD-s. Car radio is able to play MP3s but no USB mass-storage input or such. So I write music to CDs to consume in car. DVDs are not supported either. I haven't paid attention to the brand as long as it's a recognizable one - Verbatim, TDK, some more. Older discs still seem to work after some years (except when really scratched physically).
Maybe we could do a Kickstarter campaign to get the eternal leader to Moon. With Flag. Should be easier that with astronauts - no need to bring back anything.
One multi-stage rocket + fuel + space suit + flag. Maybe a video camera and an antenna to send the fame back to NK. Cheaper cetainly than current affairs with NK.
Difference? Probably no drivers and no support for wireless is needed from computer? No need to enter wifi passwords etc as it's
preconfigured in this device.
Would be nice way to provide quick access to network at some meeting or to a friend at your home? Just connect USB and you
will have the connection ready in a second!... if it's USB can act in device/slave mode. Not sure about that.