This is the first pressshot of sprint’s 4g (wimax) capable mifi. As you can see it’s made of aluminum and looks pretty good. No specs yet, but still it’s probably better then the slow buggy overdrive. Hopefully we will get more information about this mobile router at the CES.
Today’s the day that the iPad makes itsdebut at Verizon. Whether it’s the beginning of better days between the two US giants remains to be seen. As a reminder, Verizon’s offer bundles a MiFi 2200 mobile hotspot with your choice of 16GB ($629), 32GB ($729), or 64GB ($820) iPads and 1GB ($20), 3GB ($35), or 5GB ($50) of data per month without contractual commitment.
They will be selling WiFi + 3G version of the iPad today in 16GB ($629), 32GB ($729), and 64GB ($829) with contract-free data plans for 250MB of data ($14.99) or 2GB of data ($25) per month with free access to AT&T’s 23,000+ domestic WiFi hotspots. AT&T’s also offering international plans ranging from 20MB for $24.99 per month on up to 200MB for a staggering $199.99 per month.