MiFi Articles

Huawei announces E5786, world’s fastest MiFi

  • 24/02/2014 at 01:31 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Huawei E5786 MiFiWith just a few hours before the official start of the Mobile World Congress 2014, Huawei officially announced E5786, world’s fastest MiFi. For starters, a MiFi is actually a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot.

This little new device supports 4G LTE download speeds up to 300Mbps and upload speeds of 100Mbps, which is quite amazing knowing that is pretty hard to find a device reaching these crazy speeds in theory.

The device looks nice and it comes with some impressive specs besides being fast. Huawei MiFi comes with a HiSilicon LTE Cat6 chipset that runs on a powerful 28 nm HPM Cortex A9 processor, which is already popular on a lot of smartphones. 

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Mobile Hotspot Blowout Competition


Let’s say you’ve taken your room at the hotel and Internet is not free, but you’ve got so much work staring you in the eyes. While it is true that many hotels offer Internet for free to patrons, there are many still who think they can get away with murder on the prices.

According to In-Stat, a market analysis firm in Phoenix, one night of Wi-Fi can run a patron as much as $30. Additional devices connect at additional charges and even a rate based on usage is levied from time to time.

The solution to this highway robbery is to carry a mobile hotspot with you as you travel. With this device, the size and weight of your wallet, you can hook up to the Net through the 3G and 4G phone services.

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MiFi vs. Wi-Fi

  • 19/08/2010 at 14:22 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

MiFiThe next step in Mobile Internet Technology is here and making its presence well known.  This advance in Technology allows you to connect to up to 5 at any one time, such devices include the iPad, iPod, Printer, PSP, Laptop and many other wireless devices with no need for USB’s or wires.

The MiFi was first created by Novatel and introduced in the US in 2009. Currently in the United Kingdom the ‘MiFi’ is trademarked and the Internet service is provided solely by the 3 network. Across the globe, carriers such as Vodafone have launched their own MiFi service in countries such as Germany and Spain.

With some providers such as 3, you can opt to buy this device on a monthly contract (18 or 24 months), the more the pay each month, the higher the usage limit or pay a one off fee (Approximately £69.99) for the device and top it up when necessary.

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