Rover Puck 4G Mobile Hotspot By Clear Wireless Review

Posted: Oct 15 2010, 1:06am CDT | by , in Reviews | Mobile Phones

Rover Puck 4G Mobile Hotspot by Clear Wireless Review
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Clear Wireless offers through their Clear Wireless stores the Rover Puck 4G mobile hotspot. A 4G hotspot device is ideal to get non-4G devices online on the go via Wi-fi. The Rover Puck 4G supports up to 8 Wi-Fi devices, included rechargeable batteries hold 4 hours and you get 3-6 Mbps Download and Up to 1 Mbps Upload speeds. The Rover Puck 4G sells for $149.99.

Fast Company already got their hands on one and tested the Puck. Quote from review: "The beauty of the Rover Puck is its prepaid, contract-free billing structure. You buy the device for $150, then pre-pay as you use it: $5 per day, $20 a week, or $50 a month. In the last 24 hours, I've used the Puck to pull down an average of about 6Mbps in airports outside New York, Minneapolis and San Francisco." Read the full review on Fast Company.

If you are lucky to live in a 4G coverage area then an 4G hotspot is a great solution. You can use your iPad and iPhone on 4G speeds without having to wait for Apple to release a 4G iPad or 4G iPhone.

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