Perhaps, the better question is, will you use WiFi in your car? The New York Times reported that Wi-Fi Is Hitting the Road in Cars From Avis, and while they suspect some bumps along the road, the implications of mobile WiFi access are tremendous.
According to the Times:
Autonet Mobile, a start-up wireless technology company based in San Francisco, is expected to announce this week that it has reached an agreement with Avis Rent A Car System to provide a rolling Wi-Fi hotspot to Avis customers by March. For $10.95 a day, Avis will issue motorists a notebook-size portable device that plugs into a car’s power supply and delivers a high-speed Internet connection.
I can't wait to try this out because my Blackberry gives me access to my e-mail, instant messenger and a web browser, but there are still some things I would much rather do on my computer, and I can't always be at my desk. Do you think you will use it?