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Huawei’s new 4G/LTE Pocket WiFi line-up

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 24, 2011

Huawei makes some of the most interesting little gadgets around and when I visited their booth at CommunicAsia yesterday, they've got a dozens of Pocket WiFi and USB sticks for all sorts of cellular network on display. There were so many pocket WiFi devices and its iteration so I didn't have to really check out every single one of them. The one above is the Huawei WiFi E589 which supports LTE, 3G and 2G connections with speeds up to 50Mbps. This one is the Huawei E398 which is an LTE USB dongle, similar to the one being used by Smart…

Huawei E5151 adds LAN port to Pocket WiFi

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: January 19, 2013

Huawei's newest iteration of their pocket WiFi is slightly different from the previous ones. The E5151 comes with a built-in LAN port just in case you want to hook it up to a wired line. In my previous foreign trips, I would always bring with me a Huawei pocket WiFi and a portable WiFi router (like this one). The pocket WiFi is for a local 3G SIM that I normally use to avoid data roaming charges while the portable WiFi router is the one I use to convert hotel wired internet to wireless. The Huawei E5151 solves that problem by…

Hands-On: Huawei E589 LTE Pocket WiFi

Relevance: 93%      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

Giveway: Huawei E5151 Pocket WiFi

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: February 19, 2013

Last month, we featured Huawei's new pocket WiFi -- the E5151. The router supports up to 10 devices and has provisions for a LAN or ethernet port. While most people would scoff at the LAN port, it's actually very useful when you travel a lot and stay in hotels where they only have wired internet in the rooms (and I travel around a lot so this is what I often bring on trips). You can check out more about this device here. It's now available in stores with prices between Php3,500 to Php4,500. If you still can't afford one, we'll…

Huawei E5377: 150Mbps LTE Pocket WiFi

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: January 14, 2015

New models of pocket WiFi were introduced to the local market last quarter with both ZTE and Huawei leading the pack with several variants. We've been looking for the E5373 last week when a newer one, the E5377 appeared in one of the stores in Market Market. So we bought the Huawei E5377 instead of the original E5373 we were looking for. Turns out the newer model, while more expensive at Php5,650, did more than what we expected it to be. Aside from the LTE capability, the WiFi AP supports dual band at 2.4GHz and 5GHz. There's support for two…

Is the Huawei E586 the Smart Rocket WiFi Plus?

Relevance: 71%      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…

Smart Bro Pocket WiFi Portable 3G Router

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: October 25, 2010

Smart now has their own version of a portable 3G+WiFi router they called SmartBro Pocket WiFi. This new product competes head-on with Globe MyFi launched back in July. The SmartBro Pocket WiFi is only available on a postpaid Plan 495 for 50 hours of 3G internet every month. You will also need to add another Php150 per month for the Pocket WiFi device for the next 24 month lock-in period (that makes Php645/month for 24 months). An extra Php10 per 30 minutes will be charged on top of the MSF when you exceed the 50 hour allocation. The promised speed…

Huawei E5776 LTE Pocket Wi-Fi review

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: October 20, 2013

One of the two new LTE modems that Globe has recently released in the country is the Huawei E5776 (aka Tattoo Pocket WiFi). We couldn’t wait for Globe provide us with a unit, so we decided to buy one of our own and see what it has offer. Check out our full review after the jump. Design and Construction Similar to the Huawei E589 which we featured earlier, the E5776 looks and feels well-built albeit the all-plastic body. The latter is tad smaller compared to E589, but has a broader waistline and is a little heavier. The E5776’s design is…

Hands-On: Huawei B593 LTE WiFi Router

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: October 21, 2013

If you have an LTE signal in your area and you want to maximize the fast speed for a 24/7 LAN operation, the Huawei B593 LTE might be the best device to deploy this. We had the B593 for about a month now and have tested it with both Globe and Smart LTE (more often with Globe since Smart LTE has weak or no LTE signal in the house, condo and the office). The device is intended/labeled for T-Mobile but since it is unlocked, we're able to use it with local carriers. We've also tried the 3G/HSPA+ WiFi router (Huawei

Hands-on: ZTE MF90 LTE Pocket WiFi

Relevance: 68%      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