TP-Link M7350 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot

The Chinese network specialist TP-Link presented a new model M7350 as new mobile hotspot with wireless support for up to 15 devices in the program. The router adopts LTE Cat4 and shows all the necessary information on its display. The TP-link M7350 is portable enough to take on the road to provide fast Internet reception.

 

 

 

 

Features and Specifications of TP-Link M7350

Manufacturer and Model:

TP-Link M7350

Chipset:

Qualcomm MDM9225

LTE Category:

CAT4

Download rate:

Up to 150 Mbit/s

Upload rate:

Up to 50 Mbit/s

Supported LTE bands:

800 MHz / 1800 MHz / 2600 MHz

Backward compatible with:

DC-HSPA+ / UMTS / GSM

Support of LTE-Advanced:

no

MIMO Support:

no

External antenna connector:

no

TelephonE

With integrated telephone system:

no

Connector for ISDN telephones:

no

Connection for analog telephones:

no

DECT:

no

integrator answering machine:

no

Network | LAN & WLAN

LAN Ports:

no

WLAN Standards:

Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n

5 GHz WLAN support:

Yes

Encryption:

WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK

Wireless Internet Hotspot function:

Yes, for up to 15 devices

Others

Battery Capacity:

2,550 mAh, exchangeable

Dimensions:

106 x 66 x 16 mm

USB:

MicroUSB

Memory card expansion:

Yes, Micro SD up to 32GB

Release:

September 2014

available at:

www.4gltemall.com

 

Technical Features

 

With the TP-Link M7350, the user can dial in LTE networks of category 4 and thus achieves download speeds of up to 150 Mbit/s and 50 Mbit/s upstream. What’s more, the router is of course backwards compatible with 2G and 3G networks with a maximum of 42.2mbit/s with DC-HSPA+ and then HSDPA 7.2 Mbit/s. This also fits any SIM card because it contains even a card adapter for Micro-SIM and one for nano-SIM cards with the delivery of the router, in addition to micro-USB cable and power sup ply,.

TP-link M7350 Battery

 

Up to 15 devices can be connected

It’s a pity  that the TP-link M7350 has not the connection ports for external antennas to improve reception quality. In WLAN, the M7350 supports the 802.11 a/b/g/n on 5 GHz and 2.4GHz, and the faster WLAN ac with up to 300 Mbit/s download speed. Up to 15 devices could be connected to surf via the mobile hotspot on the Internet.

 

Informative display

 

Around just 11 x 7 centimeters of the mobile hotspot, it is pleasantly easy to handle and the screen shows sufficient information on its 1.4 inch TFT LCD display about the data volume, the Wi-Fi state, the number of connected devices, the network type (4G/3G/2G), the signal strength, the Internet connection status, incoming messages as well as the battery state of charge.

 

Access via the device or PC

Using the menu button of the TP-Link M7350, the user can change the network or also switched roaming rapidly and off on the road and have a look at the wireless password. Advanced access to all functions of the router could be done via the web interface of the device from the PC. An app to control does not exist unfortunately. Supported operating systems include Windows from XP, Mac OS, Android and iOS.

Practical SD card slot

 

The equipment of the M7350 also has a Micro-SD card reader, the card takes up to 32 GB capacity. Access to the card is done via a corresponding Explorer via iOS or Android, so you can share photos or music from the SD card on all connected devices.

TP-link M7350

 

Replaceable battery

The TP-Link M7350 battery provides decent 2550 mAh and is fortunately removable. According to the manufacturer, the battery will last through up to 10 hours surfing the LTE network. Charging the battery can be done via the included Micro-USB cable either on the PC or an adapter on the socket.  

 

Availability

The mobile router TP-Link M7350 is available in black in various online stores such as http://www.4gltemall.com for free trade.  

Conclusion

The new router from TP-Link M7350 scores with LTE Cat4, replaceable battery and SD card slot. If you need a pocket router with a connection for an external antenna as well as the operation via a smartphone app, TP-Link M7350 may not be a good option. You could choose other brand such as Huawei E5786 or Netear 782s. But except that, the TP-link is a good 4G router.  

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