|Wireless Type||5 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
TP-Link M7450 4G+ MiFi, Portable Wi-Fi for Travel, Unlocked LTE-Advanced Cat6 Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot, Caravan Wi-Fi (Share Dual Band Wi-Fi with Up to 32 Devices, Easy Management with tpMiFi App)
|Price:||+ $3.00 Delivery|
- Enjoy faster speed with 4G+ - supports 4G LTE-Advanced Cat6 network, reaches up to 300 Mbps download speed and 50 Mbps upload speed, compatible with 3G/2G network
- Longer lasting battery - 3000 mAh battery for up to 15 hours of working
- Dual band Wi-Fi selectable 2.4 GHz 300 Mbps or 5 GHz 867 Mbps Wi-Fi with up to 32 Wi-Fi devices
- All useful information at a color screen - the screen displays information of battery life, signal strength, Wi-Fi status, connected users and more
- Micro SD card slot - equipped with a micro SD card slot for up to 32 GB of optional storage
- Share dual band Wi-Fi with up to 32 devices, long lasting battery for up to 15 hours of working, easy management with tpMiFi app, unlocked
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TP-Link M7450 supports the latest generation 4G LTE-Advanced Cat6 network, which is known as 4G+, also compatible with 3G/2G network. With up to 300 Mbps download speed, you can enjoy HD movies without interruption, download files in seconds and hold a video chat without dropouts.
The M7450 provides selectable dual band Wi-Fi, 867 Mbps at 5GHz or 300 Mbps at 2.4 GHz. It can easily share a 4G/3G connection with up to 32 wireless devices like tablets, laptops and mobile phones at the same time. With this convenient companion, you can share your Wi-Fi with your friends easily.
With its powerful 3000 mAh battery, the M7450 is able to operate for 15 hours and 720 hours of standby. For added flexibility, the device can be recharged via a micro USB cable connected to a laptop or portable charger for endless hours of 4G sharing.
The intuitive screen display makes it easy to stay within your data budget and avoids going over the monthly data cap, it also displays other much more intuitive information of the device's operating status, such as battery life, signal strength, Wi-Fi status, connected users and more.
M7450 also equipped with a micro SD card slot for up to 32 GB of optional storage, easily share photos, music, videos and more wirelessly across your network.
Also with the tpMiFi App, you can easily access and manage the M7450 from your connected iOS/Android devices which allows you to establish data limits, control which devices can access your Wi-Fi and send messages.
- 1 x 300 Mbps LTE-Advanced mobile Wi-Fi M7450
- Micro USB cable
- Nano to micro SIM card adapter
- 3000 mAh battery
- Quick installation guide
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UPDATE 05/10/18: I visited Seoul, S Korea last month for a week; this unit worked perfectly with a 5-day data SIM I ordered and picked up at the airport on arrival. The data SIM had to be first activated in my phone as instructed, then transferred to the TP-Link MiFi.
The following are my tips on using mobile WiFi in general (I have used another model before):
Some data-only SIM cards (at least the ones I have used abroad) do need to be inserted into a smartphone first to be activated, which may involve setting Access Point Name (APN) as instructed; so a bit of technical know-how is needed.
Your bundle of purchased data will very quickly dwindle down to nothing if the phones and devices connected to the portable mobile WiFi are not set to restrict download of updates, videos, photos, files etc over WiFi because they are effectively connected to a WiFi broadcast like any home network. So for example, your phone will check Apps for updates and download them; your WhatsApp will download videos as if you were connected to a home WiFi.
I'm in the process of returning the unit and have asked for a replacement - it may be that Ive been unlucky and received a damaged unit - could have been dropped in transit!
Lets see what the new unit brings - I'll keep this thread open and hopefully I can change the review status when the replacement one arrives!
After lots of research and various emails and phone calls I finally have this unit working as it should. TP-Link contacted me and arranged a phone call. The technician from TP-Link talked me through changing the settings - The APN settings needed to be changed! After the change all appears to be working smoothly. Fingers crossed it stays this way. I was impressed with the speed that the technical department contacted me following my email to them.
If the unit works as it is now, i will be very impressed. I do think that an update should be issued for the M7350 or the settings should be changed before they are sold.
All in all I'm satisfied with my M7350 - so I've decided to change my review status from one star to four - it would have been five if it worked straight out of the box!
I have had to return this product because it eventually froze! Couldnt even turn it off. I replaced it with a Huawei that just seems to work consistancly. I have travelled through the UK, France and Spain - and also changed sims a few times - it just keeps on working.
Sorry - but it didnt do it for me!
Seems, in the case of the TP-LINK M7200, I was wrong. It’s ability to deliver a consistent signal is pretty poor, disappointingly so. The antenna is weak, which renders the device little more than a useless plastic box. I really would rather say different, and leave a positive review, unfortunately that’s not the case.
I use a mobile wifi set up because I’m in a caravan (static), and it’s pretty difficult acquiring a fibre based internet service. Having already been impressed with Smarty, and having used it via the iPhone, I honestly thought the TP-LINK would be better than a phone hotspot. Battery is pretty good, but then that’s based upon the fact that, largely, the TP-LINK doesn’t work consistently enough to connect an internet capable device to it.
Bottom line I have gone back to using the iPhone, and the TP-Link is in a drawer, switched off. Wasted money, and I’m unable to recommend the device as worthy of buying. Save yourself the potential disappointment, and borrow someone’s old iPhone6.
It was also very easy to set up so i would recommend.