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  • TAG : Mobile Hotspots | Portable WiFi | NETGEAR
  • Mobile hotspots are nothing new to the market, but manufacturers like coming up with new ways to make them more user friendly, modernized in both appearance and functionality, and have a greater battery life. AT&T recently released the Unite Pro 4G LTE hotspot, manufactured by Netgear, which packs a 2.4 inch QVGA 64k color capacitive touch screen, a giant 4020mAh battery, LTE Advanced support, and even dual-band WiFi. One really great thing about this hotspot is the fact that you can have up to 15 users connected to it at once, so there is virtually no worrying about who can use it at any given time. That makes this hotspot a great solution for everything from a road trip with your friends or family to a business conference with many of your peers.

    We decided to compare the latest and greatest mobile hotspots from the two national 4G LTE providers in the United States, AT&T and Verizon. We lined up Verizon’s new MiFi 4620L Jetpack LTE hotspot against to see which one worked better.

  • While Mark tested the Verizon device, Ed tested the AT&T hotspot; afterward, we compared notes. After all was said and done, we agreed that both hotspots were impressive. Here’s how our head-to-head review breaks down, feature by feature.

    The MiFi Liberate LTE Touchscreen hotspot is capable of providing a connection for up to 10 wireless devices, for up to 11 hours, and is compatible with networks in 200 countries says AT&T.

  • If you click the power menu button it will let you set the advances features of the hotspot up. The first option is to activate Wi-Fi protected setup which is advised. You can change the Wi-Fi encryption

Mobile Hotspots (Portable WiFi) Portable WiFi That Goes Where You Go

Third-party software vendors offer applications to allow users to operate their own hotspot, whether to access the Internet when on the go, share an existing connection, or extend the range of another hotspot. Third party implementations of software hotspots include: