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Lunchers more used to £2 Marks and Sparks Prawn and Mayo sarnies may balk at rival sandwich maker Benugo's £349 offering, but the costly confection comes with an unusual ingredient: a PalmOne Tungsten C.

Yes, choose a Wilture ham and fig marmalade filling from the London-based purveyor of posh butties' Great Portland Street and Clerkenwell branches and you'll get a wireless PDA, too - to go, presumably.

It's all in aid of Wireless Broadband Week (WBW), of course, which kicks off next Monday (26 January). The brainchild of Wi-Fi provider BT Openzone, WBW gives ISPs, hardware makers and software developers a public forum to propound the benefits of wireless Internet access using 802.11. ®

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