JETPACK 890L PDF

Verizon has just finished trotting out the last of its known Jetpack hotspots through the arrival of the ZTE-made model we saw back at CES in January. We're most liking the price. Traveling abroad just got easier, thanks to Verizon Wireless. Business customers can organize meetings and keep their team connected and productive whether they are meeting in a conference room or while traveling. The Jetpack's Global Ready capability means customers and business travelers alike can enjoy wireless data service on their Wi-Fi-enabled devices in more than countries, including more than with 3G speeds.

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If you need a reliable Wi-Fi hotspot that's super fast in the States that also works in more than countries you'll no doubt be pleased with the Jetpack L 4G LTE. Of course, the lack of an unlimited data option may be a dealbreaker for many power users. For road warriors, relying on the goodwill of others to provide you with reliable internet access is a risky proposition.

Sure, many cell phones can be used as Wi-Fi hotspots but that too can often be hit or miss. Of course, the speed of your particular connection is dependent upon the strength of your cellular connection. For instance, when using the device as a mobile hotspot on the San Francisco Bay Ferry in the middle of the Bay even though we were connected our speeds were dramatically slower.

Even though the Jetpack L is offered by Verizon Wireless it's a world device. According to Verizon the mobile hotspot will work in more than countries with more than of those countries offering 3G speeds. This means that international users won't enjoy the speed that those of us in the States experience.

The device itself is pretty bulky, especially when compared to other mobile hotspots. It's 3. That said, this isn't really gonna be that much of an issue since you're just gonna throw it in a bag. The Jetpack L rocks a removable mAh battery but we were pretty disappointed with the overall battery life. In our tests we routinely got about four hours of battery life. On the upside, the Jetpack L can operate while it's charging and you can also connect it to your laptop via the included micro USB cable.

Verizon boasts that the Jetpack L has a range of around but things started to drop off for us at about 80 feet. Of course, being a mobile device this shouldn't be a problem as the thing can pretty easily go with you. So there's no using the device as a shared drive between devices. Speaking of devices the Jetpack L can support up to 10 devices simultaneously. This number drops to five when not in 4G LTE mode.

Setting up your connection is super easy with the Jetpack L. We charged it, fired it up, and within seconds our mobile hotspot was alive and kicking. Every mobile device we threw at it had no trouble finding it: Samsung Galaxy Tab , Google Nexus , iPad , laptops and cellphones. We were easily able to customize the network settings firewall, router, WAN, security and Wi-Fi settings using Verizon's web-based interface. While the web-based interface was easy the 1. There's a simple status display on the front that has three physical buttons below it.

That said, navigating around the Jetpack's UI is pretty awful. Fortunately, once everything is up and running you won't have to muck around in the UI much. Of course, the UI displays things like the name of the network as well as the default password. The password is also printed on a sticker on the bottom of the device.

As for physical buttons there's a power switch and a reset button and the micro USB charging port is also right there. While Verizon's 4G LTE network is super-fast and pretty much available everywhere in the States the pricing structure is complicated, expensive and unlimited data isn't an option.

As TechRadar has mentioned before Verizon doesn't offer unlimited data plans so hardcore web users will want to be careful about their usage. We maintained a reliable connection, and had pretty good 4G download speeds. The jetpack is slick looking, and it's easy to toss in your bag on your way out the door. The fact that it connects with up 10 devices is also pretty generous. Connecting 10 devices is where the generosity ends, as usual Verizon's data plans are pretty miserly.

The lack of an unlimited options means we're forever watching the clock as we surf and watch web videos. We also wish the battery life was better. The fact that it's removable helps, but a bigger cell would make it a more reliable device.

Also, that UI could use some real work. Of course, the lack of an unlimited data option may be a deal-breaker for many power users. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. Home Reviews. We disliked Connecting 10 devices is where the generosity ends, as usual Verizon's data plans are pretty miserly.

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If you need a reliable Wi-Fi hotspot that's super fast in the States that also works in more than countries you'll no doubt be pleased with the Jetpack L 4G LTE. Of course, the lack of an unlimited data option may be a dealbreaker for many power users. For road warriors, relying on the goodwill of others to provide you with reliable internet access is a risky proposition. Sure, many cell phones can be used as Wi-Fi hotspots but that too can often be hit or miss. Of course, the speed of your particular connection is dependent upon the strength of your cellular connection. For instance, when using the device as a mobile hotspot on the San Francisco Bay Ferry in the middle of the Bay even though we were connected our speeds were dramatically slower. Even though the Jetpack L is offered by Verizon Wireless it's a world device.

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