Huawei unveiled at Mobile World Congress today in Barcelona, Spain, what it claims is to be the "world's fastest Mi-Fi" device, the E5786 LTE Wi-Fi mobile hotspot.
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The device comes with a Micro-USB 3.0 port for charging and takes just three hours to fully charge its powerful 3,000mAh battery from empty.
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The Huawei E5786 is the first mobile cellular router that support the dual-stream of the 802.11n and the first that supports true dual-band. This means for connected Wi-Fi clients, it offers up to 300Mbps connection speed, on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz frequency bands at the same time. For cellular Internet, it supports the latest 4G-LTE standard with up to 300Mbps for downloading and up to 100Mbps for uploading.
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Apart from being a mobile router, the Huawei E5786 MiFi can also work as a juice pack with enough juice to more than charge an iPhone 5 from empty to full.
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It takes just about 5 seconds to start, and comes with a Menu button to control its small LCD that allows for quick access to the device's status.
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It's very slim at just 0.6 inch thick. Weighing just 5 ounces, it's very light for traveling.
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Overall, the device is super compact for what it has to offer.
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The Huawei E5786 MiFi will be available in the second half of the year.
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