NETGEAR has introduced two new 4G LTE mobile routers this week in the form of the NETGEAR Nighthawk M2 which will both be available during Q3 2019. The Nighthawk M2 modem will be priced at around £390, and the NETGEAR AirCard 797 mobile hotspot priced at £165.
The Nighthawk M2 2Gbps mobile 4G LTE router is the world’s first announced 2Gbps LTE modem and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon X24, with a Gigabit LAN port and support to connect up to 20 devices simultaneously via its wireless connectivity.
The Aircard 797 mobile hotspot, Has been designed to provide users with a secured network connection in your pocket, enabling up to 15 devices to connect simultaneously. The internal rechargeable battery can provide up to 11 hours of use on a single charge on both devices offer an easy way to stay securely connected while travelling without the need to use shared public wireless networks.
“Mobile is an important category for NETGEAR as more and more consumers around the world depend on secure mobile connectivity. We have long supported secure mobile WiFi with our partners in the service provider space and these latest offerings of unlocked mobile routers showcases our continued support as we look forward to 5G integration,” said David Henry, senior vice president of Connected Home Products for NETGEAR. “While ubiquitous 5G coverage is still a few years away, LTE will continue to be the best for high-speed mobile internet connectivity. The Nighthawk M2 mobile router and the AC797 mobile hotspot address the immediate needs in the market with solid performance for those who demand consistent mobile connectivity.”
Jump over to the official product page for more details on the NETGEAR website
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