Thursday, May 7, 2009

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Have you heard about Novatel's MiFi personal hotspot gadget? Well, Verizon Wireless has become the first company to launch this personal hotspot gadget. PC Mag has this to say about this new gadget:
The MiFi is a Wi-Fi router with a twist: it's battery powered and has a cellular modem built in. So just turn it on anywhere Verizon has a signal, and pow, you're broadcasting Wi-Fi to up to five PCs. The battery lasts for about four hours of use and 40 hours of standby on a charge, according to Verizon Wireless. And the MiFi is pretty tiny: only 3.5" x 2.3" x .4" and 2.05 oz.

All five computers will share one EVDO Rev A connection, so you'll be splitting about a megabit down and 500 kilobits up between whomever's on the hotspot. And they'll all contribute to filling the monthly data quota. But still, this makes getting online with Verizon's network easier than ever.
MiFi will become available in th market come May 17.

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