TP-LINK M7450 cellular wireless network equipment Wi-Fi USB Black 4G Router £125.96 @ Lambdatek
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TP-LINK M7450 cellular wireless network equipment Wi-Fi USB Black 4G Router £125.96 @ Lambdatek

£125.96£129.993%Lambda-tek Deals
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Posted 3rd Oct
Seems like a decent bit of kit for the money.

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  • TP-LINK M7450 cellular wireless network equipment Wi-Fi USB Black,GreyLTE-Advanced Mobile Wi-Fi
- LTE-Advanced cat6 supported with up to 300Mbps download and 50Mbps upload speeds
- Supports up to 32 devices simultaneously
- Selectable 300Mbps at 2.4GHz or 867Mbps at 5GHz dual band Wi-Fi
- All useful information at a glance with screen display
- 3000mAh battery for up to 15 hours of working
- Equipped with a micro SD card slot for up to 32GB of optional storage
- Easy management with the tpMiFi App

Do More with a Faster Mobile Connection up to 300Mbps

The M7450 supporting the 4G LTE network LTE-A Cat.6, which is used Carrier Aggregation. This advanced technology merges the fragmented LTE band into a "virtual" wider band to increase the data rate, ,to provide fast 4G speeds of up to 300Mbps. You can enjoy HD movies without interruption, downloading files in seconds, and smooth online gaming.

Share AC1200 Wi-Fi with 32 Wireless Devices Simultaneously

The M7450 provides selectable dual band Wi-Fi, 867Mbps at 5GHz or 300Mbps at 2.4GHz. It can easily share a 4G/3G connection with up to 32 wireless devices like tablets, laptops, and mobile phones at the same time. With this convenient companion, you can share your Wi-Fi with your friends everywhere.

Power to Keep Working All-day-long about 15 Hours

M7450 is equipped with a powerful 3000mAh battery. On its own, it can work effortlessly up to 15 hours at full capacity and stand by for over 900 hours. M7450 can be recharged via a micro USB cable connected to a laptop, portable charger or adapter for endless hours of 4G sharing.

Your Perfect Daily Wi-Fi Partner

The smooth curves and elegant, compact design make the lightweight M7450 perfect for personal travel, business trips, outdoor activities, and everywhere else life takes you.

Advanced Screen & Menu for Easy Using

The intuitive screen display of M7450 makes it easy to stay within your data budget and avoids going over the monthly data cap. The screen also displays other much more information of battery life, signal strength, Wi-Fi status, connected users and more.

Wireless Media Sharing from Micro SD Card

It's now easier than ever to share photos, music, videos and more in your mobile network from a micro SD Storage - supports optional storage of up to 32G.

Easy Management with tpMiFi App

With the tpMiFi App, you can easily access and manage the M7450 from your connected iOS/Android devices. The tpMiFi app allows you to establish data limits, control which devices can access your Wi-Fi, send messages, and share media files to/from a removable Micro SD card.
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Not 5G though
I don't see why spending £126 on this.
I think the cheapest way to get a mifi router which support 4G+ is grab a second hand EE 300Mbps mifi and get it unlock.
It probably cost under £25 overall.
Cisco06060603/10/2019 10:14

I don't see why spending £126 on this.I think the cheapest way to get a …I don't see why spending £126 on this.I think the cheapest way to get a mifi router which support 4G+ is grab a second hand EE 300Mbps mifi and get it unlock.It probably cost under £25 overall.


That's what I'm getting done ,code on eBay 99p
Cisco06060603/10/2019 10:14

I don't see why spending £126 on this.I think the cheapest way to get a …I don't see why spending £126 on this.I think the cheapest way to get a mifi router which support 4G+ is grab a second hand EE 300Mbps mifi and get it unlock.It probably cost under £25 overall.


Is it as good as this though?
MrSwitch03/10/2019 10:18

Is it as good as this though?


Probably won't have a gigabit ethernet port out tbh if it is what I think it is.

Unless it's radically changed from when I've had it several years ago. The EE mifi device only did WiFi connections and didn't offer any ethernet out.
kwl14703/10/2019 10:58

Probably won't have a gigabit ethernet port out tbh if it is what I think …Probably won't have a gigabit ethernet port out tbh if it is what I think it is. Unless it's radically changed from when I've had it several years ago. The EE mifi device only did WiFi connections and didn't offer any ethernet out.


So I for example would be using this as a router for home, and when I'm away, the EE mifi would be much worse than this wouldn't it?
does anyone know if there are any 5G cellular routers that you can but without a contract?
yoshi03/10/2019 12:08

does anyone know if there are any 5G cellular routers that you can but …does anyone know if there are any 5G cellular routers that you can but without a contract?


Huawei 5G CPE Pro, SmartHome 5G dual-band Wi-Fi, for ultra-fast connection in med-large homes, businesses or travel homes. Connects to 64 devices, App for complete control & 2 year warranty amazon.co.uk/dp/…JHP
MrSwitch03/10/2019 11:00

So I for example would be using this as a router for home, and when I'm …So I for example would be using this as a router for home, and when I'm away, the EE mifi would be much worse than this wouldn't it?


So sorry mate I didn't respond to your comment. Only just saw this comment now and that was because someone else liked my own comment.

Yes you would ideally use this as a router at home. Put the SIM in. Ethernet out into a WAN port into a router then just simply disable THIS router WiFi so it doesn't clash with the OTHER router WiFi channels etc.

That's my setup at home using a Huawei 61822d set up. From now on, no more ISP and false promises. Though I've spent a lot of money for something that doesn't have 5G so I do feel bad.
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