MWC: Connect One Wi-Reach Classic 3G/4G Hotspot Unveiled

Posted: Feb 16 2010, 12:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:32pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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A company called Connect One has unveiled a new mobile personal hotspot at MWC called the Wi-Reach Classic. The device is a dock for USB 4G and 3G modems that creates a hotspot to share data with multiple computers at once via WiFi.

The device supports up to ten WiFi devices at once and is portable, cordless, and has a rechargeable battery built-in. The battery is good for four to five hours of use per charge and has a built-in USB connector for charging.

The Device is powered by the Connect One CO2144 router on chip communication engine. A firmware update allows the device to support 4G USB modems. The Wi-Reach Classic is available direct from Connect One for $99 and the product will be offered in a private label program for other makers.

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