TP-LINK released its first mobile LTE-Advanced router

TP-LINK, a leading global manufacturer of networking equipment, announces the start of sales of mobile LTE-Advanced router M7350.
TP-LINK released its first mobile LTE-Advanced router
The M7350 – first presented in Russia, the device TP-LINK line of MiFi-enabled communication standard 4G LTE and the broadcast range – 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. The speed of wireless data transmission mobile M7350 can reach 150 Mbps.
Device setup is simple: you must insert your SIM card and enable the router to provide Internet connectivity to 15 devices. The battery of 2550 mAh capacity provides up to 10 hours of active use. The router is equipped with a slot for microSD card up to 32 GB. Access to the data on the memory card can be accessed through the USB interface with PC and wireless connection from inside the network. To manage files on the memory card, you can use samba apps such as ES File Explorer on Android or FileExplore on iOS.
The model went on sale in may for a suggested retail price 7 848 roubles.

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