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Jan.2017
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TP-Link® Announces its Fastest Mobile Wi-Fi

BARCELONA, Spain — Jan. 21, 2017 TP-Link®, a leading global provider of consumer and business networking products, today introduced the LTE-Advanced Mobile Wi-Fi M7650. Supporting 4G Cat11 speeds of up to 600Mbps and transmitting AC1200 selectable dual-band Wi-Fi, the M7650 is by far the fastest among their mobile Wi-Fi devices. Along with the latest innovations in their smartphone, smart home and home networking portfolios, the new Smart Home products will be unveiled at winter's Mobile World Congress, which will run from Feb. 27-March 2 in Barcelona, and will be available in Spanish retailers by (approximate timeframe – season ok)[CT1]  2017.

 

In order for users to access today's most common Wi-Fi needs, fast wireless internet connectivity is an everyday requirement in homes, offices and all indoor settings. Now that users commonly take their HD video and audio streaming, surfing and social media to-go, wireless speeds have needed to become as fast on the road as they are at home. For the fastest connection in the car, on the street and under the sun, the LTE-Advanced Mobile Wi-Fi M7650 is the perfect travel companion.

 

On-the-Go Speed for Every Need

When you're out the door, what's most important for your wireless device? Bufferless audio streaming for your smartphone? Crisp HD movies for your tablet? How about crystal-clear video conferences from your laptop? Whatever you need, wherever you are, the M7650 simply delivers. LTE-Advanced Cat11 speeds reaches download speeds of up to 600Mbps and uploads of up to 50Mbps from your service provider for blazing-fast mobile internet connections. In addition, selectable dual-band 11ac Wi-Fi of 867Mbps on 5GHz and 300Mbps on 2.4GHz, as well as support with up to 32 simultaneous devices makes fast connections for all your devices when you're away on business, as well as your friends and family when you're on vacation.

 

Designed with Pocket-Sized Power

With smooth edges, compact size and light weight, the M7650 fits perfectly in your pocket, jacket or bag. But this small device was built with powerful features to handle your every mobile need. A 3000mAh battery supports 15 hours of full-capacity use, and a micro-USB port allows flexible charging from an adapter, laptop or power bank. A microSD slot supports memory cards of up to 32GB for file storage and sharing. To keep you informed, a built-in display gives access to data transmission speeds, data consumption, number of connected devices and battery status, helping you stay within your data budget and keep everyone and every device connected.

 

Simple, App-Based Setup

After inserting your SIM card, press the power button and the M7650 will create your high-speed LTE Advanced network in 30 seconds. Spend less time setting up your mobile Wi-Fi network with the user-friendly tpMiFi app, which lets you name and set a password for your network, establish data limits, control Wi-Fi access, send messages and share the files from your microSD card.

 

"We always want our mobile Wi-Fi devices to be just as powerful and user-friendly as our home routers," explained Andy Chen, Director of International Business at TP-Link. "The M7650 is proudly our fastest mobile Wi-Fi device, and it gives every on-the-go user the reliable connection and fast speeds they enjoy in their homes."

 

Key Features:

  • Share LTE Advanced Cat11 speeds of up to 600Mbps* for downloads and 50Mbps for uploads**
  • Selectable dual band Wi-Fi at speeds of 300Mbps on 2.4GHz or 867Mbps on 5GHz
  • Simultaneously share Wi-Fi with up to 32 devices
  • 3000mAh battery ensures all-day use
  • Access useful information, including data transmission speed, data consumption, number of connected devices and battery status with a built-in screen display
  • MicroSD card slot supports up to 32GB of storage and file sharing over the network
  • tpMiFi app provides easy management of your mobile Wi-Fi network through your smartphone
  • Supports 4G (FDD-LTE/ TDD-LTE), 3G (DC-HSPA+/HSPA/ UMTS) and 2G (EDGE/GPRS/GSM) networks