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October 20, 2010


AJ  Griffin

Hmm, I'd be interested to see how the 4G devices perform in better coverage areas. Those speeds are a lot lower than I thought 4G would be after seeing some video about multitasking with Rover on their youtube the other day. I guess that video didn't actually do a speedtest or anything though. What do you think?


You would think that the 4G devices would perform better in good coverage areas, though in the coffee shop test, I was getting a decent 4G signal (according to the signal strength meter in dBs). However, the more important point is that even if they do perform well in 4G areas with good coverage, these are are few and far between today, so for a mobile hotspot that's pretty limiting.

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