Thursday, June 5, 2014

TP-Link M7350 (MIFI) 4G LTE-Enabled Mobile Hotspot Device

TP-Link introduces a 4G LTE-enabled mobile hotspot device in Computex 2014, the M7350 (MIFI). Featuring a dual-band switching using a typical 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi network technology for a 2.4GHz or 5GHz frequency. According to reports, it is also designed to work with FDD, TDD, and HSPA+ bands ranging from 900MHz to 1800MHz.

Furthermore, TP-Link M7350 is the newest line of 4G LTE-enabled firmware other than the previously reported smartphones and tablets with the same network support. And it is also equipped with a Micro-SD card slot that supports a maximum of 32GB of storage aside from being a portable Wi-Fi hotspot device.

TP-Link M7350 MIFI 4G LTE-Enabled Hotspot Device

User can also share files through the TP-Link M7350 by creating a simple home network or local connection. And it is currently available in China Telecom and Taiwan Mobile for 4G connectivity support. Hopefully, upon reaching the global market, the said M7350 hotspot device from TP-Link will also give us a chance to take advantage the availability of our local 4G connections.



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