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Momentum 4G and Elevate 4G by AT&T

AT&T’s LTE blitz starts this summer in five markets, seeking up to “at least 15″ by the end of this year. For that they need some new hardware to get-started.

The company also finally launched their two new 4G LTE devices which will connect users to the carrier’s hatchling 4G LTE data network. Its browsing and downloading capability has roaring speeds, a welcome change for current 3G users.

Firstly, the Mobile Hotspot Elevate 4G is a fanatical mobile hotspot completed with a 1.77-inch color display, for showing your remaining data of the plan, a microSD slot, GPS, and support for up to five simultaneous devices connected over 802.11b, or Wi-Fi; if LTE service isn’t available, you can retreat to HSPA+, regular HSPA, EDGE, or GPRS.

It has got an 1800 mAh battery which lasts for around 6hours. The device supports roaming in over 200 nations.

Finally, the USB Connect Momentum 4G is your mandatory standard-issue USB modem, sustaining the complete range of data services from GPRS up through LTE.

It can be connected to laptops and notebooks as well. It’s got a microSD slot and can support upto 32Giga of storage. It would be perfect to be used in surroundings of heavy population of Wi-Fi’s. It’s got a $50 price tag on contract.

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