4G access to the internet is fast and getting more and more affordable, for this reason, this made time before you want to get yourself a mobile router that allows multiple devices to have access to the internet on the go.
The router wireless and can handle up to 5 Wi-Fi devices at a time.
This means that when you travel with your laptop, your iPhone and your portable game consul for example, all three of them can be online at the same time.
The router comes with a tiny screen on top here that show the file information including the battery life, the cell signal strength, and the status of the GPS.
Yes, it has built in GPS, which allows for accessing local services such as weather and point of interest.
On the side here, the MiFi has a microUSB port for charging and working with the computer as a modem.
Next to the USB port is a [unk] indicator light that shines blue when the router is connected to the 4G network or green when it is to a 3G network.
Over where is a WPS button [unk] hook up and here it has the slot to host a microSD card.
The router comes with a removable battery and also has a slot for an extra antenna.
You know testing battery offers about 4 hours of 4G connection.
The router come reconfigure with a wireless network and there [unk] no setting up accessory.
You can use its web interface however to further customize its settings.
Spring bundles of Mi-Fi [unk], which is one day of
plan that cost 60 dollars a month for unlimited 4G data access.
The plan also includes a back up 3G portion which kept at 5 gigabytes to be used when 4G coverage is not available.
With a 2-year contract, the router cost 80 dollars.
For more information on its performance and other features, check out the full review at cnet.com.
My name is Dong Ngo and this has been the first look at the MiFi 4082, 3G/4G mobile Hotspots Sprint.
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