UNLOCKED HUAWEI E8278S-602 4G/LTE 150MBPPS USB MOBILE BROADBAND WIFI MODEM – ***LATEST 2014 MODEL*** – WORLD’S FASTEST MOBILE WIFI DONGLE

July 9, 2015 - Comment

Specification of Huawei E8278s-160 Device: 4G/LTE Download Speed: 150Mbps 4G/LTE Upload Speed: 50Mbps 3G/HSDPA Download Speed: 42.3mbps 3G/HSUPA Upload Speed: 14.4mbps Memory Card Support: Micro SD 32GB Antenna Type: 2 x TS9 Antenna ports (We also sell these in our Ebay store) 4G/LTE Operating Frequencies: LTE FDD: 2600/1800/900/850 MHz LTE TDD: 2600 MHz 3G/HSDPA+ Operating

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Specification of Huawei E8278s-160 Device:

4G/LTE Download Speed:
150Mbps

4G/LTE Upload Speed:
50Mbps

3G/HSDPA Download Speed:
42.3mbps

3G/HSUPA Upload Speed:
14.4mbps

Memory Card Support:
Micro SD 32GB

Antenna Type:
2 x TS9 Antenna ports (We also sell these in our Ebay store)

4G/LTE Operating Frequencies:
LTE FDD: 2600/1800/900/850 MHz
LTE TDD: 2600 MHz

3G/HSDPA+ Operating Frequencies:
3G: HSPA+/HSPA/HSUPA/HSDPA/UMTS 2100/1900/900/850 MHz

2G/GSM/EDGE Operating Frequencies:
GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Condition:
Brand New, Boxed & Sealed

Dimensions:
90 x 30 x 15mm

Weight:
39 grammes

Product Features

  • BRAND NEW UNLOCKED HUAWEI E8278S-602 WIRELESS MODEM
  • WORLD FASTEST WIFI MODEM – 150MBPS DOWNLOAD
  • LATEST 2014 MODEL
  • CONNECT UP TO 10 WIRELESS DEVICES AT THE SAME TIME
  • COMES COMPLETE WITH USB CAR CHARGER + USB CABLE

Comments

Ahmed says:

Great product 0

Factual31 says:

It’s not a dongle… its’ a ‘wingle’! 0

Anonymous says:

I’m probably being a bit harsh, but the item’s description (which seems to include every term under the sun) is at best misleading… and I just never get that from Amazon (I go to eBay for that). The E8278S-602 is NOT what is commonly referred to as a ‘dongle’ or ‘USB modem’ (i.e., one can’t plug it into the USB port of a client and obtain mobile broadband connectivity for that client through the USB connection. It is instead a MiFi device, essentially, which was specifically designed for use in the car. Huawei call them ‘wingles’ on their web site.So, unlike MiFi devices – which are power self-sufficient – this one (aka, the EE Buzzard) needs to be plugged into a power outlet (such as a cigarette lighter, adapter provided… but assuming your car actually has one of those!). Of course, the other substantive difference is that a dongle will simply provide mobile broadband data directly to the client, whereas a MiFi does so via a WiFi network (on the upside here is the fact up…

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