Then again power is not really the M5360s problem and here is where the device packs its core selling point. It ditches the 5GHz spectrum for 802. TP-Link also wisely opts to fit the M5360 with a standard sim card slot and provide micro and nano sim adaptors so any size sim will work. The 3G is HSPA which is capable of 21. Its blocky, angular construction looks like an Apple side project from the 1980s, but it is well built with a durable gloss exterior that is both scratch and fingerprint resistant.
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This clarity is vital though since there is a lot of information squeezed in. TP-Link M5360 FeaturesBut looks are not what TP-Link expects to sell the M5360, features are and this is a veritable do-all device. The 1in, three line OLED display could be larger, but rivals are similar and text is clear and bright so unless you wear glasses for reading it shouldnt be a problem.5x and even an iPad supported thanks to the M3560s fast charge point will get a 50 per cent power boost.
As you might expect WiFi is paired down. Should you leave the M5360 on its own that massive battery will keep it running continuously as a portable 3G modem for 17 hours. This means not only can the M5360 charge an iPhone from flat to full more than twice, it can charge the likes of a Galaxy 3 Note 1. It will create a bigger bulge in your pocket than a 3G dongle no sniggering, but it is only about 30-50g heavier than a standard MiFi despite packing in plenty more features.
At 100 x 44.11ac is more power efficient. Furthermore 3G is a far more crowded band, so while these speeds may be fine on paper you are less likely to achieve them as regularly as top speeds using 4G.
Somehow TP-Link has managed to cram a substantial 5200mAh battery into the M5360 along with a fast charge USB point. Dedicated card readers are obviously smaller and this is clearly a bundled on feature, but it is invaluable when you have nothing else. Despite this the M5360 is unlocked so it will work with sims from any cellular provider across WCDMA: 900/2100Mhz and GSM: 850/900/1800/1900Mhz bands. The M5360 is an all-in-one portable 3G modem, micro SD card reader and capacious power bank.
WiFi status, connected users numbers, real time connection speeds and uploaded and downloaded data plus battery life are all shown at the same time. This doesnt really matter given the point of a MiFi is being close to you at all times and even 4G speeds currently wont top peak 2.In short: a jack of all trades hoping to be master of most. Last we have the micro SD card reader.
5mm and 200g the M5360 is also fairly portable.4GHz WiFi speeds circa 11MBps 88Mbps. That said there are holes. The argument against is 802.
6Mbps download and 5.76Mbps upload speeds enough for most, but not 4G like some network providers MiFi products.11n 2.4 x 28.
This seems a strange addition, but it supports cards up to 32GB and allows you to connect the M5360 to your computer to access the card. It is also compact, rugged and aggressively priced so has TP-Link created one device that lets us ditch threeTP-Link M5360 DesignWith the best will in the world, the M5360 is not much of a looker.4GHz. Any comment guys?