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Works with multiple 3G service providers in the U.S. and far more overseas. Great router extras like QoS and remote management.
Great design, Light for travel, Supports HSDPA
Small, Portable, Light Weight, Easy To Use, Easy To Setup, Has 3G Capability
Security and some advanced networking features need better interface, especially with hard to understand MAC filtering. Expensive even before adding 3G service. Works with only limited list of U.S. 3G modems.
By PC Mag on July 23, 2009
LevelOnes MobilSpot is not a regular router, but it is powerful enough for a home office, portable enough to travel the globe, but just confusing and expensive enough that its not quite...
By AskMen on May 11, 2009
In today's on-the-go world, portability is king. The ubiquity of cell phones, netbooks and even travel mugs show that the average worker plies his trade from the road, the plane or the local cafe. Communications standards have rushed to keep up,...
By LaptopMag on April 29, 2009
In the end, the design of the $140 LevelOne WBR-3800 MobileSpot Portable Wireless Hotspot is good and the extra WAN port is an unusual perk. The international 3G support is helpful for business teams who travel globally, and U.S. users will find that...
By OverclockersQH on April 08, 2009
So how did it compare. Well to be truthful I thought it did not too bad. While falling short just a little bit during the speed test, I found that I had a far stronger signal. I know that for the Siemens Gateway that a small fluctuation from 5 to 4...
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