Salora Launches 3G Data Card for Rs.1650

By September 15th, 2011 AT 1:49 PM

Salora International today announced the launch of  ‘Salora Zapper 3G Data Card’ (USB Stick) for Rs.1650 in Indian market.

Salora Zapper 3G Data Card is operator independent (Factory Unlocked) device, means anyone can use any operator’s 3G or 2G SIM in it which will undoubtedly help user to choose best according to him/her rather than bound to operator.

It can also be used for SMS and Media Storage and this product has the capability of expandable memory upto 32 GB.

Salora Zapper 3G Data Card is capable to provide maximum downloading speed up to 3.6 Mbps. The device is compatible with Windows 7, XP, VISTA, SP2+ and Mac OSX (10.5 X Intel based CPU).

As of now Salora Introduces only one data card in the Indian market – Salora Zapper which supports 3.6 mbps HSDPA 3G Data Network along with backward capability to GPRS/EDGE as well. Company also plans to introduce a data card with 7.2 Mbps speed within a month. Salora has a pan-India presence with 30 offices and 300 after-sales service centers to meet ‘customer service’ expectations.

Lets have look on details:

HSDPA/HSUPAup to 3.6 Mbps DL and 384 Kbps UL
EDGE/GPRSclass B, multislot class 10 / up to 85.6 Kbps DL and 42.8 Kbps UL
Set UpPlug n Play(Auto Installation)
SMSYes, Storage upto 3000
Voice Calling & USSD (f)Yes
OSWindows 7, XP, VISTA, SP2+, Mac OSX(10.5 X Intel based CPU)
APN Auto managementYes
Expandable memoryYes upto 32GB

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