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ZTE MF60 HSPA+ Pocket WiFi Review

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: September 8, 2011

We featured this HSPA+ capable mobile hotspot from ZTE a few weeks ago and we've finally gotten a review unit to test. Like many other pocket WiFi (MiFi) devices before it, the ZTE MF60 is one pretty kick-ass unit. If only it were more affordable. The ZTE MF60 looks like your typical portable mobile hotspot device -- small, lightweight, bar soap shaped 3G/WiFi router. Unlike the previous ones we've seen and reviewed here, this one actually supports HSPA+ networks -- just like the Tonino Lamborghini Tattoo stick and the Smart Bro Rocket. That means you can theoretically reach as fast…

ZTE’s HSPA+ Pocket WiFi selling for Php7,500

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: August 26, 2011

Looks like an HSPA+ capable pocket WiFi is now available in the grey market -- we spotted one a week ago over at TPC, a ZTE MF60 4G, selling for Php7,500. The device works the same as the old portable WiFi devices, only that this model supports the new HSPA+ network from both Globe and Smart -- and as such has the possibility to reach the 10Mbps or 12Mbps downlink speeds of the telco. ZTE MF60 4G MiFi Router HSDPA/HSUPA/UMTS 850/1900/2100 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz HSPA+: DL 21.6Mbps, UL 5.76Mbps WCDMA CS: 64Kbps UL/DL WCDMA PS: 384Kbps UL/DL WiFi Standard:…

Hands-on: ZTE MF90 LTE Pocket WiFi

Relevance: 66%      Posted on: March 17, 2014

The successor to the ZTE MF80 pocket WiFi from 2 years ago is the new ZTE MF90 which is now an LTE modem as well. This new model was officially released last month by MSI-ECS. The previous model supported HSPA+ networks with speeds of up to 42Mbps (prior to that we had the ZTE MF60). During that time, telcos have already deployed their HSPA+ network and we were getting a good 10-12Mbps using the pocket WiFi. Having used the MF60 and the MF80, it would seem that ZTE does not have some sort of design signature in every pocket WiFi

YugaDeals: ZTE MF62 HSPA+ 21Mbps Pocket WiFi

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: March 12, 2012

I've been using the ZTE MF60 for several months now and been bringing it in foreign trips so I was glad we were able to get it and feature it on YugaDeals for a discounted price. You can read my review here which includes some speed tests with a Smart Bro SIM (hitting 7.5Mbps on off peak hours). The original street price used to be Php7,500 but it has somewhat gone down to just Php6,380. The YugaDeals price is Php1,000 off or just Php5,380 (this is for a newer ZTE MF62 variant). Check it out here.

ZTE MF80 goes up to 42Mbps for 10 users

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: June 16, 2012

The update to the ZTE MF60 pocket WiFi is now faster. The ZTE MF80 is the model equivalent of the Huawei E587 and promises support for HSPA+ networks up to 42Mbps. To learn more about the ZTE pocket WiFi line-up, check out our full review of the ZTE MF60 here. Most of the features found on the MF80 were already present in the MF60. What the MF80 improved on is the support for high-speed mobile internet of up to 42Mbps. Of course, that can only be achieved if your telco also offers speeds near to that figure. The MF80 now…

Hands-On: Huawei E589 LTE Pocket WiFi

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: February 12, 2013

Now that both Globe and Smart have rolled out their respective LTE networks, both have also offered LTE pricing plans for subscribers. Aside from the iPhone 5, one of the more important devices that you can use to connect to the LTE network is the Huawei E589. We managed to grab a hold of an openline E589 and used our Globe postpaid nano SIM with it. Unlike the previous pocket WiFi devices from Huawei, the E589 has a unibody design so the internal battery is non-removable. The device is a bit heavy and much bigger than the previous pocket WiFi

Is the Huawei E586 the Smart Rocket WiFi Plus?

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: October 7, 2011

I have been told by a reliable source that the Huawei E586 could be the pocket WiFi used by Smart for the Rocket WiFi Plus. The press release says it's going to ride on their HSPA+ network so this looks like it. We borrowed this unlocked Huawei E586 from an independent seller to check if it's going to be the one that will be offered when the Smart Rocket WiFi Plus finally arrives. Huawei E586 HSPA+ Pocket WiFi: HSPA+/HSPA/UMTS 21.1Mbps downlink, 5.76Mbps uplink WiFi 802.11 b/g/n Li-Ion battery 1500mAh 32GB storage via microSD card I've only been testing it since…

PLDT WiFi Zone: Can paid public WiFi survive?

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: March 9, 2012

Yesterday, PLDT and Intel held a joint event to present a partnership for the PLDT WiFi Zone and the Intel-powered ultrabooks. They didn't really share anything concrete plans bewteen the two brands but it was an opporunity for me to ask a lingering question -- can paid public WiFi still survive in this time of cheap mobile internet and free public WiFi? The PLDT WiFi Zone was first introduced sometime in December with regional pocket launches in Cebu (during Sinulog) and in Baguio (during Penagbenga). PLDT WiFi Zone speed test. Prior to this, Smart Bro also offered a similar WiFi

MSI Wind WiFi Problem?

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: August 13, 2008

Was fixing the built-in wifi device of the MSI Wind for several hours now to no avail. The problem is that the wifi just wouldn't detect any wireless connections even if you're already beside the router. I've already searched for related problems and read on forums that there's a sizable number of MSI Wind owners are having the similar problmes with the wifi. I've also tried re-installing the device drivers as well as downloading and running the latest version from MSI's website. Still nothing. The system seems to be registering the right hardware but the wifi just could not detect…

Did MSI switch WiFi chips on the Wind?

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: September 20, 2008

Possibly because of the nagging problems with the built-in WiFi of the MSI Wind, two new WiFi chips may have replaced the old RealTek that came with each netbook. The Driver Download page of MSI is now offering new device drivers for 2 new RF modules: AzureWave (AW-NE771) 802.11 b/g/n by Atheros Communication RT2700E (MS-6890) 802.11 b/g/n by Ralink Technology Corp. The old and problematic RF module was RTL8187SE (MS-6894) by Realtek Semiconductor. The good news is that newer shipments of the MSI Wind will have the faster and better ranged WiFi N draft. Bad news is that older models…