NETGEAR AC785-100EUS AirCard AC785 Mobile Hotspot with super-fast 4G LTE

July 9, 2015 - Comment

Netgear AC785-100EUS – NETGEAR AIRCARD 785 3G/4G Mobile WIFI Product Features Super-fast 4G LTE and 3G speeds anywhere Unlocked to networks worldwide Share connection with up to 15 Wi-Fi devices Up to 10 hours battery life

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Netgear AC785-100EUS – NETGEAR AIRCARD 785 3G/4G Mobile WIFI

Product Features

  • Super-fast 4G LTE and 3G speeds anywhere
  • Unlocked to networks worldwide
  • Share connection with up to 15 Wi-Fi devices
  • Up to 10 hours battery life

Comments

Mr. M. Innes says:

Good – But not THAT Good………….. Nice unit -Charged it up – placed EE SIM card into the slot and it connected to the Internet straight away at 4G.Tried my giffgaff provider SIM (O2) and it did not auto-detect. So; no internet connection.This was easily sorted using my computer and by inputting the APN details and setting up a Profile (this could be a problem if you don’t have computer access). So – before you take this anywhere – be sure that all your SIMs work. If you do not do this – and you are in an area without any other internet and computer access; you will be dead in the water.The reason I hark on about different SIMs is that I travel the UK a lot. In some areas I can get EE access and others not – same as O2 and giffgaff etc. So having a SIM for the strongest signal provider is essential. Being able to hot swap SIMs is a must for me.For this unit – I have lost a little confidence – but have decided to keep it with an EE card in this unit – and my Huawei with a…

jimmy5 says:

Nice product works well 0

A Smile and a Wave says:

Good Around a year ago a friend of mine was staying in a hotel and complaining about the poor Wi-Fi that was available to him there. Someone suggested getting a box like this and that’s the first time I’d heard of such devices, but they really can be useful especially for times like that. Basically, after inserting a sim card into the device it uses the mobile provider’s data service to connect to the internet but cleverly produces its own Wi-Fi signal so that you can go online with any device you want, including those which wouldn’t normally be able to make use of a mobile signal such as laptops and Wi-Fi-only tablets.It’s easily carried around thanks to its surprisingly small size and won’t take up much space in a suitcase so travelling to places without Wi-Fi is no longer an issue so long as you can get a mobile data signal. It’s not locked to any particular network meaning that you can just use any sim card you have available and the device will automatically use the…

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