At the Mobile World Congress 2011, the mobile LTE Wireless Internet Hotspot is Huawei E589 presented for the first time , a few weeks ago, he is worldwide in distribution. As with Huawei usual, there are different versions of the device in order to cover the different frequencies of the individual countries and continents can. On the other hand. Europe is the Huawei E589u-12 provided: Whether the appliance without branding in Germany on the market is currently still not sure. Vodafone will be the Vodafone R210 but sell in the next few days, a version with branding.

huawei e589 4g lte router

 

Huawei E589 is the first portable wireless router that can also spark the LTE network. Meanhile, Huawei supports E589u-12 LTE on frequencies around 800/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz, the Vodafone version is likely to offer only LTE800 and LTE2600 and thus not be fully compatible with all networks. The LTE network speeds theoretically be up to 100 Mbit / s (LTE category 3), Huawei is practically a maximum data rate of 35 Mbit / s to - the Wi-Fi is the bottleneck. The UMTS frequencies of Vodafone R210 is not yet known, the running Huawei E589u-12 at 850/900/1900/2100 MHz and theoretically up to 43.2 Mbit / s is fast (again, the wireless limited to 35 Mbit / s) . Any use of the hotspot by cable to the PC way, is not possible, it is therefore necessary to rely on Wi-Fi.

 

vodafone r210

The display of Huawei E589 was compared to the previous Huawei E587 significantly increased: instead an OLED display now comes with a TFT monitor is used, which displays the most important information at a glance. Also, the battery has been changed: it now has a capacity of 3000 mAh is, however, no longer exchangeable. The running time is approximately 10 hours be - a significant improvement on previous models MiFi. Up to 10 devices can be connected wirelessly to the Huawei E589, on request, a MicroSD memory card can be inserted, which can be used by all devices connected via the web interface. If the reception not even be as good, can be connected to an external antenna.