Folks who live in Japan will be pleased to know that E-Mobile’s PocketWiFi is now available, as this pocket device that was designed by Huawei is certainly able to make heads turn each time you pull it out to use whenever you do not want to be like the others who have to share a public Wi-Fi network. Makes sense though if you’re in Japan, since this compact autonomous 3G hotspot is already very popular in Japan, and its new and improved version will boast HSDPA+ support that delivers a 21Mbps download speed with 5.8Mbps upload (on paper, at least). Alternatively, you can use it as a portable storage device since it has a microSDHC memory card slot to offer you an impromptu 32GB of storage space.
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