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TP-LINK 3G Mobile Wi-Fi M5350 Review

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The router TP-LINK 3G Mobile Wi-Fi M5350 is a simple device, designed with today’s portability standards. This small router allows the user to connect to the Internet anywhere and with any device, following a few simple steps. All you have to do is insert a SIM card, and the router 3G will convert the data to WiFi. And this is done wirelessly, without the need of a USB cable.

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TP-LINK M5350, modem / router 3G handset

For professionals on the go, in the home or on vacation, using and sharing a 3G internet connection will be a child’s play. TP-LINK uses the new device M5350 in Italy, a real 3G hotspot that’s portable and compact, with SIM card slot and lithium battery.

After inserting SIM card with data into the device any, a Wi-Fi hotspot that can share the 3G connection with up to 10 WiFi devices connected simultaneously will be instantly created. Support for the latest 3G standard transmission, allows the M5350 TP-LINK to achieve download speeds of up to 21.6Mbps and uploads up to 5.76Mbps, offering users smoother and faster web browsing. With its powerful 2000mAh battery, the M5350 can operate for 6-7 hours at its full capacity and be recharged simply by using a micro USB cable connected to a laptop, or the included portable charger adapter. Battery performance is a key factor in ensuring the actual mobility of the product.

TP-LINK M5350

The design resembles a pebble eroded by the sea, and is a winner of two prestigious awards: the IF Design Award 2013 and the Red Dot Design Award 2013, ensures the device is solid, resistant to minor bumps and elegant. The weight (92.5g battery included) and size (94×56.7×19.8mm) give the user maximum freedom of use.

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How to turn a Nokia 3G Router

Today, thanks to more modern models of smartphones having support for 3G networks, it has become possible to use phones to share the connection with other tools such as a tablet, pc or web-tv. If your telephone has an adequate supply of Gigabytes, we can easily turn it into a 3G router.

Take for example a Nokia with Symbian operating system, models Anna or Belle. With a simple software, Joiku Spot Light, this becomes possible. By logging on to the official website of the manufacturer of the software in question, once you have chosen in your phone model, download the software "free" version. If you claim advanced features, you can purchase the professional version.

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