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AT&T Introduces MiFi Liberate Mobile Hotspot with Touchscreen Display

by Todd Haselton | September 27, 2012

AT&T MiFi Liberate

AT&T on Thursday introduced its latest 4G LTE mobile hotspot, the MiFi Liberate. What a fitting name. The device is equipped with one feature we haven’t seen before: a 2.8-inch color touchscreen display that allows you to view your data usage, manage devices, change settings and more. Honestly, we’ve never seen a hotspot like it. The MiFi Liberate supports up to 10 different Wi-Fi enabled devices at once and offers 11 hours of use time.

AT&T said that the device will offer data connectivity in more than 200 countries around the globe. The MiFi Liberate also supports a microSD card that can be accessed from any device that’s connected to the hotspot via DLNA or Wi-Fi.

AT&T did not announce pricing or a release date yet, but we have a feeling you’ll be able to grab one of these before the holiday season.

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Unleash the Power of 4G LTE with the New AT&T Mobile Hotspot MiFi® Liberate – The First Mobile Hotspot with a Touchscreen Display

AT&T is Making it Easier than Ever for Customers to Connect their Favorite Wi-Fi Devices to the Internet on the Go

DallasTexasSeptember 26, 2012

AT&T* announced today that it will be the exclusive carrier of the new MiFi® Liberate – the first mobile hotspot with a touchscreen display.

Developed by Novatel Wireless (NASDAQ: NVTL), and powered by the nation’s largest 4G network, the MiFi Liberate sports a vibrant 2.8” color touchscreen display, which takes ease-of-use to the next level. Customers can easily connect up to 10 Wi-Fi devices, view data usage, manage connected devices, change network and device settings, and more—all directly from the device.

The MiFi Liberate, which offers access to 4G LTE speeds, boasts a powerful battery that offers up to 11 hours of continuous use.  The global-ready MiFi Liberate also offers connectivity in more than 200 countries, making it more convenient and affordable to browse the Internet, check and send email, and upload photos while abroad. Customers can also easily access and share files and media stored on the inserted microSD card** from connected Wi−Fi or DLNA capable devices.

“We are committed to delivering wireless solutions that empower our customers and make their lives easier,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president- Devices, AT&T.  “As its name suggests, the MiFi Liberate is designed to connect them to the mobile Internet when away from home or the office by arming them with their own portable hotspot, so they can stay connected to the people, places and information that matter most to them.”

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Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...