Huawei India Launches new range of premium Mobi-Fi, Which can connect up to 10 devices instantly

Huawei India today launched 3 new Mobi-Fi devices- E5220, E5151 and E5730, with one touch Wi-Fi hotspot creation capability, all the three Wi-Fi routers can connect up to 10 devices instantly. The device offers 21.6 Mbps download speeds,  E5220, E5151 and E5730 are powered with a 1150mAh, 1500mAh and a 5200mAh battery respectively to provide long working time without connecting to a power source.



Both E5151 and E5730 assist users to access internet via 3G/2G network or through Ethernet port seamlessly & effortlessly. Ethernet port also allows users to carry it around and use it as a portable router and when back home or in office, it could get connected with the Ethernet cable to function as a stationary router, offering wireless signal. With a 5200mAh battery, E5730 is a power bank and lets users charge their tablets and smartphones as well.

The new range of data cards will be available at leading multi-brand stores, e-commerce and IT, mobile & consumer electronics channel across India. The Wi-Fi datacards’ MRP prices are:

Huawei Mobi-Fi : E5220 – Rs 4299, E5151 – Rs. 4999
Huawei Power-Fi : E8221 – Rs. 2499 and E8231 – Rs. 2999
Huawei Laptopi-Fi : E303FH- Rs. 1899 and E3531 – Rs. 1999

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July 17, 2014 10:35 pm 10:35 PM

which is the best huwai datacard in chennai

March 21, 2014 3:39 pm 3:39 PM

Without bandwidth who will buy these devices, its only for corporate user not for home user.

March 21, 2014 12:55 am 12:55 AM
what is the use of these robust devices when we cannot use them as data is limited what will we do when even spending thousands of rupees we will get only 10 GB or 15 GB of data it will be consumed within seconds at such high speed its important to bring the data traffic down . we keep on shouting on our service providers but the fault is on the part of the Govt. and policies the spectrum is so costly and licence and all the infrastructure makes these service providers to raise the cost which ultimately impacts the… Read more »