Danny Morrison, the GM of NetComm Wireless said that 'the M2 is among the smallest of its kind and is designed to give personal and business users easy multi-device access to the superior speeds, capacity and response times of Telstra's 4G LTE network. This launch reflects NetComm's commitment to designing advanced wireless technologies that compliment increasingly mobile lifestyles.'
Netcomm states that it's 'compatible with Telstra's 4G USB modem and most 3G USB modems; and simultaneously connects multiple devices to 3G / 4G networks on a single broadband plan for increased efficiency and reduced costs.'
The company continues, saying it combines 'the latest connection, sharing and security technology in a light and portable unit, the M2 also features: an Ethernet LAN/WAN port for a wired connection option; an internal antenna to optimise signal strength and a wall adapter for easy recharge via power point.
'For travellers staying in a Hotel, the LAN/WAN port on the device can be utilised to transform the hotel room's wired Ethernet connection into a wireless hotspot to connect and share multiple devices.'
So'¦ if you want a simpler, smaller and more portable way to share your super fast 4G wireless broadband signal (or 3G or Ethernet broadband) to 802.11b, g, or n devices'¦ Netcomm's M2, as seen below, may very well become your new wireless M8!