Interbro egg to Become Yota egg,The Portable WiMAX/WiFi Router

In April WiMAXian featured WiBro launched KWI-B2200 aka “egg” as portable WiMAX/WiFi router.
Recently Yota announced the Yota egg as portable WiMAX devices. The Yota egg lets the users of WiFi-enabled device such as notebook,iPod Touch,PSP and Nintendo DS or even a VoIP phone connect to a WiMAX network instantly.It allows multiple users (3 by default and 252 maximum) with wireless network capability connect to the internet simultaneously.

The Yota egg is only 110 x 61.8 x 28.3mm (WxHxD) and weighing just 150 grams, it’s small enough to fit in your palm and in your pocket. Slightly bigger than Modacom URoad-5000,but the egg doesn’t need attached to any USB WiMAX modem to share internet connection.

The device is equipped with a battery capacity of 2800 mAh 3.7-volt rechargeable lithium-polimer, which delivered up to 4 hours run time when fully charged.

Actually the Yota egg manufactured by interbro, a Korean company. The egg project started in September 2008 when interbro,Korea Telecom, and Apple Inc., signed a MOU for the “egg” business.In April 2009, interbro signed with KT WiBro to distribute “egg” to consumers and “egg” launched.

The egg is a great portable WiMAX/WiFi router and it doesn’t need attached to any USB WiMAX dongle ( compared to CLEAR Spot ). I wonder when the egg will available in U.S. ?

Product Page, Product Overview (PDF) Via WiMAXStuff Blog

UPDATE : In the second half of September the sales of portable Yota Egg WiMAX/Wi-Fi router will be commenced ( News from Yota )

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