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The ZTE Falcon is a decent portable mobile hotspot router, but not quite as good as the smaller MiFi 4210 we tested. It's slightly heavier than the MiFi 4210, but the two devices have identical dimensions, and both support LTE and 802.11ac. The Falcon has a lower price, too, but has a slightly smaller battery and is slightly slower. The Falcon is also slightly less portable than the MiFi 4210, thanks to its larger footprint. The Falcon's user interface is easy to navigate, and the Falcon's battery life is decent. The Falcon's Wi-Fi performance is average; the Falcon's LTE performance is best. The Falcon's Wi-Fi range is average, and though the Falcon's LTE range is average, its uplink speeds are the fastest of any mobile hotspot we tested. The Falcon's signal bars don't light up, though, and there's no LED indicator to show how much battery life remains. The Falcon's performance is better than many similar devices, but the Falcon has many of the same weaknesses.
THIS DEVICE IS NOT UNLOCKED: This device will be locked unto the T-Mobile Network. THIS DEVICE WILL ONLY WORK ON THE T-Mobile NETWORK AS IT IS A T-MOBILE BRANDED DEVICE and only supports 2 T-Mobile frequencies and will only function for their Network
The ZTE Z64 is an affordable, portable hotspot that performs well as both an internet router and a portable hotspot. It has a fast 21Mbps download speed, and 8 simultaneous connections, which is more than what most competitors offer. Connectivity is also strong, and the device supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup, which makes it easy to set up. The Z64 is also small enough to fit in your pocket, and it has a 2,300mAh battery, so it should last a long time before it needs to be recharged. The one downside: The Z64 lacks support for router password sharing, and you have to be connected to the internet to use it, so you can't use it to connect to a network and access your files.
Strong compact size light weight case for home storage and travel carrying with excellent protection
The Alltravel WiFi Hotspot Booster Case for 4G LTE Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspots is a clever case that combines the functionality of a travel pouch with a mesh pocket. The case itself is made of a durable, textured fabric that looks and feels like leather. The mesh pocket is large enough to store a 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot, a flash drive, a car charger, a cable, and a credit card. The case's zipper is long enough to accommodate cables that reach from a car to the outlet, and the case has detachable wrist straps that make it easy to carry. The case's dual card slots make it easy to carry multiple cards at the same time, and the slots are long enough to accommodate most credit cards. The case's pocket is sewn shut, so it's protected from dirt and dust. The pocket is lined with fabric that absorbs condensation, and the case is water-resistant, so it's protected from rain. The case sells for $19.99, which is cheaper than most of the cases we tested, including our previous top pick. The Alltravel WiFi Hotspot Booster Case for 4G LTE Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspots is a convenient, versatile, and affordable way to transport your Mobile Hotspot wherever you need it.
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Power: 4.2V 3000mAh 11.1Wh
The MF96, and its newer sibling, the MF96U, are tiny, inexpensive hotspots that are ideal for travelers, college students, and anyone else who needs a reliable Wi-Fi hotspot. The MF96 has fast speeds, solid range, and a long battery life, and it's compatible with both Android and Apple devices. The MF96U, on the other hand, is newer, faster, and cheaper, and it supports iOS and Android. The MF96U is also slimmer and lighter, and it comes with 3GB of RAM. But, while both hotspots have decent battery life, the MF96U's battery is significantly smaller, and it's rated at just 8 hours of battery life compared to the MF96's 10 hours. The MF96U also has half the storage, with just 16GB of internal storage compared to the MF96's 32GB. The MF96U also doesn't offer the same security, as it only supports WPA2 encryption instead of WPA and WPA2 combined. Overall, the MF96U is the better choice if you don't need a lot of storage space or long battery life. The MF96 is also smaller and lighter, and it's slightly cheaper than the MF96U. The MF96U is a great choice for Android users, but iOS users may do better with an older, smaller, and cheaper MF96.
Durable and Reliable: All batteries are fresh product and tested before shipment,we always recommend the trained technician to replace it. Your phone will work as great as when you first got the device.
The ZTE MF60 Mobile Hotspot Router is one of the most powerful mobile routers available, and it's easily powerful enough to support multiple streams of HD video. Like some other routers we've tested, the MF60 is also capable of tethering your phone to your laptop or PC, but keep in mind that you'll need a high-speed Internet connection to do this. The router's battery can last for 6+ hours on a single charge, and the router itself can recharge from a standard USB port in 2 hours. The MF60 is fast, too--the router we tested connected our test laptop to the Internet at 100 Mbps, which is much faster than any router we've ever tested. The router features a USB 3 port for connecting an external drive or printer, a 10/100 Ethernet port, a 5GHz Wi-Fi antenna jack, and a micro USB port for charging the router's battery. The router also features a WPS button, and if you're using a router with WPS enabled, you can enable WPS on the MF60 by plugging your router's WPS button into the MF60's WPS port. The MF60 has a sturdy, compact case, and it's light enough to carry with you in a bag or briefcase. Our test router connects multiple devices at once (10 devices at 100 Mbps), and the router handles this load well, with no noticeable slowdown.
Strong compact size light weight case for home storage and travel carrying with excellent protection
The Alltravel WiFi Hotspot Booster Case for 4G LTE Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspots is a clever and versatile case that doubles as a mobile hotspot. The case itself has a solid construction, and the fabric is thick enough to protect the device from most drops. The mesh accessory pocket inside is a nice touch, and it's large enough to hold most USB drives, and cable ties help secure the mesh pocket to the inside of the case. The wrist strap, which was an unexpected but welcome addition, makes it easy to carry around. The case's integrated antenna is sturdy, and we found that it worked better than any other external antenna we tested. The Alltravel WiFi Hotspot Booster Case for 4G LTE Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspots never dropped our connection, even when we used the 4G connection. The Alltravel WiFi Hotspot Booster Case for 4G LTE Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspots worked as advertised, and we especially like the case's versatility. The case is compatible with a number of mobile hotspots, and it's also compatible with a number of phone models, including the iPhone 5, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, and X.
Wi-Fi Specs 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz Use the hotspot with up to 8 different wifi devices including laptops, iPhone, smartphone, iPad, tablet, gaming consoles and many more.
The ZTE MF920U is a considerably more powerful mobile hotspot than the ZTE MF910U, our previous top pick. Like that model, the MF920U is a pocket-sized pocket router, but it packs a 1.5-GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage (no MicroSD card expansion). Like the MF910U, the MF920U is also compatible with AT&T's 4G LTE network, and it also supports Verizon's LTE network (but the MF920U doesn't support Verizon's 4G LTE network). The MF920U supports 5 to 8 Wi-Fi devices at once, and it supports up to 3 hours of continuous LTE data service on a single charge. The MF920U has dual-band Wi-Fi, so you can connect to either 2.4-GHz or 5-GHz Wi-Fi networks. The MF920U's 5-GHz signal has better range than the 2.4-GHz signal, but 2.4-GHz networks are often faster and more stable. The MF920U has 2 USB ports, so you can connect multiple devices to the router at once. The MF920U's dual-band Wi-Fi is also handy for streaming media, since most TVs and game consoles use 5-GHz Wi-Fi. The MF920U's 2-watt speaker is a lot less powerful than the 4-watt speaker on the MF910U, but it is loud enough for conference calls or small meetings (especially if you turn up the MF920U's volume). The MF920U also has a MicroSD card slot, so you can expand the router's internal storage by up to 32GB. The MF920U's 2-megapixel camera is adequate for video calls, but the camera's flash is too weak for taking pictures in low-light conditions. The MF920U's 1,100mAh battery is relatively low capacity, but the battery can be recharged easily using the router's USB charging port. The MF920U's 2-megapixel camera is adequate for video calls, but the camera's flash is too weak for taking pictures in low-light conditions.
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The replacement battery for the ZTE MF985 AT&T Velocity 2 Mobile WiFi Hotspot is a good upgrade, and if you plan to use the ZTE MF985 AT&T Velocity 2 Mobile WiFi Hotspot for a long time this is probably your best bet. The high capacity battery lasts a lot longer than the original battery, and we found that our hotspot lasted two days longer than it did with our original battery. The replacement battery is easy to install, and since the ZTE MF985 AT&T Velocity 2 Mobile WiFi Hotspot is a Plug and Play device, there is no additional installation needed. The replacement battery is also compatible with many versions of the ZTE MF985 AT&T Velocity 2 Mobile WiFi Hotspot, so if you already have one and need to replace the battery, this battery will work just fine. The ZTE MF985 AT&T Velocity 2 Mobile WiFi Hotspot performs well, and has the storage capacity and download speeds for streaming. The ZTE MF985 AT&T Velocity 2 Mobile WiFi Hotspot is slightly slower than the similarly priced Huawei E5377 Mobile WiFi Hotspot, but the ZTE MF985 AT&T Velocity 2 Mobile WiFi Hotspot is slightly less expensive. The ZTE MF985 AT&T Velocity 2 Mobile WiFi Hotspot has a 4.2-star rating on Amazon, and 60% of customers have been satisfied with the purchase.