Huawei E583C Mobile Wi-Fi Device Promises High-speed Internet on the Go

August 3, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei has brought to the fore a new Wi-Fi device that promises to make Internet surfing an experience like never before. High-speed Net surfing is what the new Huawei E583C mobile Wi-Fi device offers Hong Kong customers who are constantly on the move.

The Huawei E583C is capable of converting 3.5G HSPA mobile signals into extra powerful Wi-Fi coverage options. This comes along with the assurance that it would automatically create safe group Internet access and individual Wi-Fi hubs for at least five Wi-Fi-enabled digital devices.  Further, it has the capability to offer simultaneous internet access to a sixth device when it is connected to a laptop computer via a USB cable.

Very handy in design, the Huawei E583C mobile Wi-Fi device weighs just about 90 grams and exudes a charming outlook. It boasts of a one-inch color OLED display that details you about the operator-network, signal strength, Wi-Fi connection status, and battery level. Easy wireless data transmission and online gaming is possible. Gaming freaks will be able to connect to a wide range of Wi-Fi-enabled digital devices such as iPads, iPod Touchs, netbooks, laptop computers, portable multimedia centers, game consoles, personal digital assistants (PDAs), handsets and digital cameras, the company has said in a statement.

The Huawei E583C mobile Wi-Fi device is a take off from the company’s first-generation E5 device that had been majorly successful in Asia. The new plug-and-play device does away with the need for drivers to connect to laptops. Are you getting one soon?

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