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Friday, August 5, 2011

Launch of ‘3G Max’- A Wireless Hotspot Device



A fresh wireless portable hotspot appliance called the Beetel 3G Max will soon be launched in India by Beetel Teletech, a Bharti Enterprises group company. It is a company that provides solutions for IT and connectivity needs. This unique tool has the capacity to join to a mobile phone transporter and in the process, offer internet access to up to five devices. Hence it can be used by many users, tiny businesses or maybe even ventures.

The company has a important share in sell and telecom repair provider segments in the landline group and is also a distributor of memory and storage devices (HDD) for Transcend. Beetel is also in distribution and marketing of brands like Blackberry, Apple, Samsung, Panasonic and Transcend among others and has goods and keys organized in over 35 countries across 5 continents.

The company claims that the original device can function efficiently from a maximum space of 10 meters (around 33 feet) and it will supply internet or network access to Wi-Fi enabled devices like mobile phones, tablets, laptops among others. Windows 7, XP, Vista, MAC and Linux operating systems are well-matched with the device and the company promises a battery life of 4 hours and a standby time of 40 hours for the device (with a 1500mAh battery).

This new device has a USB 2.0 port and will cost Rs.5, 500.

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