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Huawei HiLink data card gets users connected in as little as 15 seconds

News by Dan Seifert on Friday August 05, 2011.

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Huawei has announced a new USB data card that promises to get users up and connected to the internet in as little as 15 seconds. The HiLink uses patented technologies to skip the driver installation and dial-in process that occurs with other data cards currently on the market.

The HiLink E353 is a GSM USB data card with support for EDGE 2G networks and HSPA+ 3G networks with download speeds of up to 21Mbps supported. The HiLink technology allows user to plug in and browse, without waiting for software to install or the modem to dial in to the internet. Huawei claims that this feature makes the HiLink 75 percent faster when getting a user online compared to other devices on the market.

The HiLink will be available first in Turkey in the third quarter of this year, and a worldwide roll out will follow later on.

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