Huawei Unveils the World’s Smallest Data Card

Huawei unveiled the world’s smallest data card – the E369 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012.

Measuring a mere 8mm thin, the E369 data card is part of Huawei’s thinnest product portfolio, which includes the world’s thinnest PC/CE module MU733 and MU739, the world’s thinnest mobile hotspot E5331 and the world’s thinnest smartphone Ascend P1 S.

The E369, created for UMTS 5 module global roaming, boasts a super slim chic design and is available in eight different colors. The MU733 and MU739, the world’s slimmest PC/CE modules, are less than 2mm slim. The MU739 in particular measures only 600mm2, making it the world’s smallest PA+ module.

Not only are the MU733 and MU739 smaller and thinner than existing modules in the market, they consume less power and dissipate less heat. They can be widely employed in PC/CE electronic equipment, such as laptops, smart phones, tablet PCs, e-books, navigating devices and PDAs.

Huawei Device will launch E5331, the world’s slimmest mobile hotspot in May.

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February 29, 2012 10:53 am 10:53 AM

Well said my friend !
Reliance or Photon or any other all are in the same boat ! TRAI should also do some random checks for DATA connectivity speeds, below 90 % of advertized speed should be answerable to TRAI.

February 28, 2012 10:02 pm 10:02 PM

one of important thing to mention about huwaei is their signal strenth i have experince in a condition where other handsets and data does not show a single bar huwaei provides you with atleast single or two bars in signals. at least this is positive part of their products.what is your experince ? please let us know

February 28, 2012 9:35 pm 9:35 PM

No use of launching Huawei E392 in India where the speed of a 3.6 Mbps 3G connection does not even reach 2 Mbps.

Not only this, even in CDMA (1x, EVDO all revisions, etc) none of the mobile providers give atleast 90% bandwidth when paying the cost of 100%.

Note :
2nd para (above) will apply for even GPRS, EDGE and 3G providers.