TP-Link M7350 4G LTE-Advanced Mobile WiFi Router/ Hotspot (share dual band Wi-Fi with up to 15 devices, lightning 4G speed, long lasting battery, easy to use, unlocked)

July 9, 2015 - Comment

Product Features Create Wi-Fi hotspot on the go for work and entertainment, connect up to 15 Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously 4G LTE supports fast speed internet connection with download rate up to 150 Mbps, selectable 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz dual band Wi-Fi Powerful battery backup for up to 10 hours of working, ideal for

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Product Features

  • Create Wi-Fi hotspot on the go for work and entertainment, connect up to 15 Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously
  • 4G LTE supports fast speed internet connection with download rate up to 150 Mbps, selectable 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz dual band Wi-Fi
  • Powerful battery backup for up to 10 hours of working, ideal for business or individual travellers, families and mobile/tablet users
  • Easy to use, no software to install, LED screen helps monitor your connection, shared micro SD storage slot (up to 32 GB)
  • Unlocked for any operator’s SIM card

Comments

Amazon Customer "baikalgreen" says:

Just works – like being on wifi at home 0

Gadget Junky says:

Wow! TP-Link impresses me again Right, as a professional software nerd I get to play with some good IT toys and for years have been impressed by the TP-Link items I have bought. So when I had a need for a mobile wifi device I decided to buy this item.All I can say is WOW. Setup was painless, instruction were clear and precise and then I ran a speed test!57Mbps via a 4G mobile wifi device to my iPad amazed me. My iPhone 6 manages 21Mbps at the same location and time of day.If you are looking for a way to get internet on the move and you are in an area with 4G I would recommend this device!I have not tried a speed test on it using 3G only as I don’t want to waste anymore of the bundled 6GB of data but as I want it for my daughter to be able to watch steaming video while out and about, the 3G is of little interest to me.I have also not yet tried accessing the onboard SD card I bought to go with it but felt I had to write this review to help others who might be…

P. R. MacCabe says:

Excellent…after the initial setup! I was in need of another mifi unit having unintentionally trashed my EE firmware locked Huawei E5776I did a bit of research and having some prior knowledge of TP Link as a brand decided to plump for this M7350.As it happens I’m in a position where I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and a Note 4 and also a Three ‘The One Plan’ SIM only deal so what would I want with a Mifi unit?Simply the fact that a dedicated Mifi unit is better than a Smartphone for this purpose. A Mifi offers a significantly stronger signalfrom the cellular network, allows a faster connection between it and related devices such as a tablet or laptop and also offers much better battery life. This has proved to be the case with my previous Mifi device which was great until I tried to work it with a Micro SIM adaptor which got stuckand trashed the SIM reader cafe pulling it out. Huawei wouldn’t rear the unit without a leet er from EE and as I had not bought it from…

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