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CLEAR Modem With WiFi Shipped

by Johan on December 3, 2010

CLEAR Modem With WiFi Shipped

CLEAR has finally launched a new modem for use with its WiMAX service. Targeted at home or small-office users, the CLEAR Modem with WiFi features an integrated WiFi b/g/n radio for sharing the 4G connection with multiple users, the Beceem BCS5250 WiMAX chipset, an internal (omnidirectional) 5dB average gain antenna, an Ethernet port for hooking up a wired computer and a WAN port for using the router with a cable/DSL modem. The CLEAR Modem with WiFi is now available for $120 outright or $7 per month leased. It is available with month-to-month or two-year agreements, with service plans starting at $35/month (plus tax). CLEAR Voice can be added for $15/month (plus tax). [CLEAR]

Sprint U1901 WiMAX USB Modem

by Johan on August 11, 2010

Sprint today released the U1901 WiMAX USB modem, which supports the Sprint 4G network. The dongle is a small, simplistic device that works with Windows 7, Vista, XP and OS X (10.5 and 10.6), and when you’re in a 4G zone it can provide throughput of up to 10x faster than Sprint 3G. This WiMAX modem is perfect for companies wanting to deliver high-bandwidth solutions to workers on-the-go or for remote offices looking to provide basic DSL-like speeds to workers in the metro area. The Sprint U1901 WiMAX USB modem can be purchased now for $49.99 on a 2-year data contract. [Press Release]

Huawei Releases E583c Mobile Hotspot

by Johan on August 3, 2010

Huawei has reently introduced its latest mobile hotspot, the E583c, which is available in a silver and black color scheme. The device has a 1-inch color OLED display that shows status information. The Huawei E583 Mobile Hotspot supports a 3.5G HSPA connection with up to five devices over Wi-Fi and a sixth via a direct USB connection. It is compatible with Microsoft Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. Additional features include a microSD card slot (up to 32GB). The Huawei E583c will be available in Hong Kong later this month for HK$1,380 (US$177). [Huawei]

Vizio XWR100 Wireless n Router

When most people hear the brand Vizio, they immediately start thinking about HDTV’s. Vizio has just announced their newest venture into the world of wireless routers however with this new Vizio XWR100 Wireless n Router. The router has all of the standard features, although it packs in the ability to prioritize network traffic, and a USB port to help you to connect storage devices. When it releases during the third quarter of this year, it will cost you $100. [SlashGear]

CLEAR 4G+ Mobile USB Modem

The WIMAX provider Clearwire has just started expanding it’s lineup to include some new modems. This new set will help PC and Apple users alike connect to the Clear 4G broadband service. The modem will connect at up to 6MB/s where available.The dongle is two inches long and is double jointed so it can easily fit your computer and stay out of the way at the same time. It can also connect to 3G networks at times when 4G isn’t available. [EverythingUSB]