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AT&T MiFi Liberate mobile hotspot Review

AT&T MiFi Liberate mobile hotspot Review

With the AT&T MiFi Liberate you've got what's straight up the most advanced mobile hotspot on the planet, complete with a full-color touchscreen, microSD card storage, and DLNA connectivity. This machine is unique in its abilities as well as its physical state, it sitting upright like a tiny folded-over book of notes with AT&T's 4G LTE network under the hood. The hardware here was created by Novatel Wireless and the network is all AT&T, and as this is just one of two AT&T hotspots on the market at the moment, you'll find that the few features it hold above the head of its brethren do indeed make it worth the extra few bucks you'll be paying right out the gate.

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4G LTE Tri-Fi Hotspot shares LTE, WiMAX and 3G

4G LTE Tri-Fi Hotspot shares LTE, WiMAX and 3G

Sierra Wireless has revealed the first triple-mode LTE, WiMAX and 3G mobile hotspot, the 4G LTE Tri-Fi, set to hit the Now Network later this month. Promising up to eight hours of active battery life and sharing for up to eight devices over WiFi b/g/n connections, the 4G LTE Tri-Fi Hotspot also has a microSD card slot for working as a portable NAS using DLNA for easy access.

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Verizon allows Sierra Wireless AirLink GX440 to operate on LTE

Verizon allows Sierra Wireless AirLink GX440 to operate on LTE

This week the folks at Verizon and Sierra Wireless have announced that the Airlink GX440 from Sierra will be allowed to work on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network. For Sierra Wireless this is big news especially because with this product running on LTE with Verizon, its audience has just increased a hundred fold at least. You've got a monster of a gateway here in your hands complete with the "nations most reliable network." LTE speeds and a crunch-proof bit of hardware, what more do you want?

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CLEAR 4G and 4G+ WiFi hotspots outed with USB 3G/4G modem

CLEAR 4G and 4G+ WiFi hotspots outed with USB 3G/4G modem

US WiMAX provider Clearwire has outed its latest 4G modems and personal wireless hotspots, promising broadband-like speeds in areas with suitable 4G service.  The new CLEAR 4G and CLEAR 4G+ personal WiFi hotspots (the latter being a rebadge of the Sprint Overdrive) each pull in a WiMAX signal and share it with up to eight nearby devices (the 4G+ also works with 3G connections).  Meanwhile there's a new dual-mode 3G/4G USB modem for Mac and Windows users.

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Sierra Wireless USB 598 3G modem hits Telus

Sierra Wireless USB 598 3G modem hits Telus

Telus is expanding their efforts into mobile connectivity these days by announcing their acquisition of the Sierra Wireless USB 598 3G modem for their company's mobile data needs.

The modem comes in the form of a stick that is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X computers and works by giving users access to Telus' EVDO network. The device has its own internal memory and can install the necessary drivers on its own.

The USB 598 also has a microSDHC slot to allow for up to 32GB of data storage on top of the modem functions. If you sign up for a two or three-year contract, you can get the USB 598 for free. However, if you want to buy it outright, you can expect to pay $199.99.

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