Novatel Wireless MiFi 2372 rolling out with KDDI in Japan
Novatel Wireless has decided to launch their MiFi 2372 device With KDDI in Japan for international data roaming purposes, so frequent travelers from and to that part of the world will be able to enjoy pretty zippy Internet access no matter where they are without having to worry about super high data charges that are “offered” by their carriers back home. With the MiFi 2372 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot that is being offered by KDDI Corporation in Japan as part of a rental service for Japanese consumers and business travelers who want to remain connected when traveling overseas, this service will deliver a range of wireless rental data plans without having to be tied down to long-term contracts, be it for business or leisure purposes, playing nice with international carriers in 23 other countries.
This would make the Novatel Wireless MiFi 2372 the industry’s first Intelligent Mobile Hotspot, which is actually a spanking new category of mobile broadband which enables users put their world of content, services and connectivity all smack in the palm of their hand. The MiFi platform is capable of creating a personal cloud of high-speed Internet connectivity which can be easily shared between multiple users, not to mention up to five Wi-Fi devices including laptops, cameras, gaming devices, tablets and multimedia players. The MiFi 2372 platform will play nice with 800/850MHz, 1900MHz and 2100MHz bands for global roaming services.
It will also be compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, and is full well capable of hitting download speeds up to 7.2 megabits per second with enhanced performance for simultaneous uploads/downloads and large file transfers. Not only that, it is extremely compact as you can see on your right and using it is a no-brainer. In addition, the MiFi 2372 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot from Novatel Wireless will come with a microSD slot for expandable memory of up to 32GB, making it sort of a portable flash drive. You can rent it for at 1,280JPY per day, which amounts to less than $15, now how about that?