Vodafone Launches R201- WiFi Device in India

By March 14th, 2011 AT 3:36 PM

Vodafone Launches R201 WiFi Device in IndiaVodafone Essar today announced the launch of Vodafone R201- a unique mobile Wi-Fi device in India.

Vodafone R201 is an innovative and portable Mobile Wi-Fi terminal which can be used by 5 users simultaneously to connect to Vodafone’s 3G network.

It contains a SIM slot to connect to the 3G network and 5 users can then connect their computers, mobile gaming devices, digital music players to the device over Wi-Fi to enjoy 3G speeds.

Vodafone R201, with its aesthetic appeal and compact design and a battery life of up to 4 hours allows users to enjoy uninterrupted 3G internet services on the go at a speed of up to 7.2 mbps on HSDPA enabled devices.

Priced at Rs 5,500 this attractive device is powered by battery, mains or USB along with plug and play software of 128 MB flash memory empowering the user with the flexibility of usage, while sharing the coverage between several devices.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
·         Dimensions 98x62x14mm and  Weight 90 gms·         Segmented OLED display
·         3G, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps & HSUPA 5.76 Mbps·         DLNA certified with 802.11 b/g + Samba Support
·         GSM bands: 850 /  900 / 1800 / 1900·         UMTS bands: 900 / 2100 / 1900
·         Qualcomm 7225 & receive diversity on 3G Bands·         Plug and Play software
·         Micro SDHC (up to 32Gb)

·         1400 MAh Li-Ion battery (up to 4 hours)

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