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AT&T Announces Unite Pro LTE Touchscreen Hotspot

Posted in HotSpot by Darrin Olson on November 23rd, 2013

AT&T Unite Pro LTE mobile hotspotAT&T announced on Tuesday the release of the Unite Pro LTE hotspot from Netgear. This mobile WiFi device, scheduled to be released on November 22nd, features a 2.4 inch touchscreen display and has some upgrades from its Unite predecessor. The Pro will manage up to 15 simultaneous wireless connections with a 16 hour batter life, upping it from 10 devices and 10 hours in the previous model.

The price is increasing a little as well, however. While the Unite when for 99 cents with a 2-year contract, the Unite Pro is $49.99 with a 2-year contract. More details are available in this video below from AT&T.



Huawei E583c mobile hotspot

Posted in Wi-Fi by Conner Flynn on August 3rd, 2010

Huawei recently introduced its latest mobile hotspot, the E583c. This device is good looking in a silver and black color scheme. It features a 1-inch color OLED display that shows the status information you need.

The Huawei E583 Mobile Hotspot supports a 3.5G HSPA connection with up to five devices over Wi-Fi and a sixth via direct USB connection. It plays nice with Microsoft Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. Another feature is the included microSD card slot (up to 32GB).

Wi-Reach personal mobile hotspot tips up at MWC

Posted in Routers by Shane McGlaun on February 16th, 2010

The Mifi personal mobile hotspot made waves when it debuted by allowing multiple computers to connect to a single 3G connection on the road. The downside to the device is that you had to get a new contract and couldn’t use your existing 3G modem.

Connect One has unveiled a new personal mobile hotspot called the Wi-Reach that uses a USB port to allow you to use an existing USB modem. The hotspot supports 3G and 4G modems with a software update.

Ford Sync turns your car into a WiFi hotspot

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2009

Ford’s next generation of Sync systems will have yet another useful feature. This time around it’s built-in Wi-Fi, turning your car into a rolling hotspot. You’ll be able to share a 3G connection with a driver-defined list of devices.

Of course you’ll need to use your own 3G card, which will plug into the Sync’s USB port. I’m sure other auto makers will offer Wi-Fi soon as well. Then we really will always be connected.