Beetel 3GMax, wireless hotspot, uses your phone’s Net access

06th August 2011
Beetel 3GMax, wireless hotspot, uses  your phone’s Net access
Have phone, have my own WiFi hotspot!

Now there is an easy solution to use the wireless Internet access that comes with your  2g or 3g mobile phone – and create an ad hoc home, hotel or hotel room WiFi ( 802.b/g) network within minutes to drive up to 5 devices.
Beetel Teletech, a Bharti Enterprises group company, has just launched the Beetel 3G Max wireless hotspot in India. It works at a distance up to 10m and provides internet or network access to any Wi-Fi enabled peripheral device like mobile phones, tablets, laptops etc. It allows users to manage, monitor, and customize their Wi-Fi mobile broadband connection through an easy-to-use interface when the device is in Wi-Fi mode. The device is compatible with Window XP, Window Vista, Window 7, MAC and Linux operating systems.
The palm sized  3G Max claims  a battery usage time up to 4 hrs during use and 40 hrs on standby. It costs Rs. 5500.  This is about what you would pay for a  home-class 802.11 b/g/n broadband wireless router in any case -- so it's  reasonably priced.

Specifications Network GSM/GPRS/EDGE 1800MHz/900MHz WCDMA/HSDPA 2100MHz
Data Speed HSPA: DL 7.2Mb/s UL 5.76Mb/s
Expandable memory Upto 32GB
Total no. of connected devices 5
Edge/GPRS Yes
USB Support Yes
Wi-fi Standard 802.11b/g  n Aug 7 2011