TP-LINK has just released the new 4G Mobile Wifi M7350 with pricing from £76/£99 which is used for wireless 4G sharing, the device is a unlocked so you can you can put any sim into it. Just insert a 4G SIM card into the device to instantly establish a selectable dual band Wi-Fi hotspot. With up to 150Mbps download and 50Mbps upload speeds, the M7350 is able to provide 4G wireless sharing to up to 15 users simultaneously.
With a pocket sized design and powerful 2550mAh internal battery make it an ideal travel companion, allowing users to work or play for 10 hours.
The TFT display on the M7350, on the device shows the device’s operating status, such as signal strength, network type (4G/3G/2G), Wi-Fi status, messages, Internet, traffic statistics and battery life.
The TP-Link M7350 supports the latest generation 4G LTE network, the M7350 can reach up to 150Mbps download speeds, to enjoy HD movies without interruption, download files in seconds, and hold a video chat without dropouts.
Plug and play, just insert a 4G SIM card to create your reliable personal 300Mbps dual-band Wi-Fi hotspot on the move. Instantly share 4G/3G connectivity with up to 15 Wi-Fi enabled devices Tablets, mobile phones, laptops, game consoles and more.
It’s very easy to setup like changing the ssid and passwords.
Artful little gadget for life on the go
The M7350 features a compact, elegant design very suitable for travel, business trips, outdoor activities or wherever you may be
10 Hours of 4G Sharing – Made to Move
With its powerful 2550mAh battery, the M7350 is able to operate for 10 hours at full capacity. For added flexibility, the device can be recharged via a micro USB cable connected to a laptop, portable charger or using its included adapter for endless hours of 4G sharing
|Network Type||FDD-LTE Cat4 (800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz)
|Interface||1 micro USB port for power supply
SIM card slot
Micro SD card slot
|Button||Power On/Off Button
|Data Rates||DL: 150Mbps, UL: 50Mbps|
|Dimensions ( W x D x H )||4.2 × 2.6 × 0.6 in. (106 × 66 × 16mm)|
|Power Supply||Internal 2550mAh Rechargeable Battery|
|Micro SD Card Reader||Up to 32GB|
|Screen Display||Traffic statistics, Wi-Fi status, user numbers, network type (2G/3G/4G), signal strength, Internet connection status, messages, battery meter.|
|Wireless Standards||IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n|
|Frequency||2.4GHz & 5GHz|
|Wireless Security||Support WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK,Wireless MAC Filtering, Enable/Disable SSID Broadcast|
|DHCP||DHCP server, DHCP Client List|
|Package Contents||LTE-Advanced Mobile WiFi M7350
Micro USB Cable
Micro to Standard SIM Card Adapter
Nano to Standard SIM Card Adapter
Quick Installation Guide
|System Requirements||Windows 8/7/vista/XP, Mac OS, Android, iOS, Windows Phone|
LTE-Advanced Mobile WiFi M7350 Micro USB Cable Micro to Standard SIM Card Adapter Nano to Standard SIM Card Adapter Power Adapter Quick Installation Guide.
It is attractively packaged and the pocket hotspot itself is a stylish pebble design in black with a white OLED display it feels nice to handle and is genuinely pocketable.
– The on/off switch is easy to use as it is quite large and the display, although small, is sharp and informative – it indicates the following; signal strength; 2G/3G network, WiFi status and the number of clients, SMS message, connection to the internet; battery power; automatic or manual connection mode and current/total traffic.
– A UK mains charger is supplied and the connecting cord doubles as a USB charger.
– Easy wireless connection for tablets, laptops and phones.
– Supports Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac, IOS, Android and the following browsers – Explorer, Firefox, Safari & Chrome.
– Has a factory settings reset switch and, can, if you want, be manually configured.
– It takes full size SIM cards and has a Micro-SD card slot for up to 32GB of storage.
– Three year warranty and claimed 24/7 support from TP-Link.
Here is a screenshot of just a few test speedtest I did with the TP Link M7350, using a EE 4G Sim in the device.
With over two plus weeks of heavy testing I had no problems with the TP Link M7350, with heavy battery life of about 8 to 10 hours easy.