modems

  • Tiny AT&T Quicksilver USB modem looks thumbdrive-y

    At first glance, you might mistake this doodad on the left for an ordinary, run-of-the-mill thumbdrive. Don’t be fooled! It’s a 3G modem from AT&T called the USBConnect Quicksilver. If you’re a weakling, you’ll love this thing because it weighs less than an ounce. Everyone, and I mean everyone, can lift one ounce, so less than one once should be a… Read More

  • SlingModem officially announced

    Your friendly cable company may soon be carrying the SlingModem, a combination SlingBox and DOCSIS 2.0-certified cable modem. Basically, you’d only have to connect one coax cable to the box and you’d get your internet access, plus you’d be able to sling the cable signal right out of the gate. Sounds cool, I guess. SlingModem is one of Sling Media’s newest… Read More

  • Moto prepping new, low-cost WiMAX modem for this year

    WiMAX providers will next year have a new modem for its subscribers from Motorola. The CPEi 100 rolls out next year as an entry lever, plug-and-play WiMAX access point. With one data port, it’s perfect for bachelors. It’s not quite as mobile as we’d like to see, but it gives operators like Clearwire a free-with-contract option, so look for it to be quite popular with… Read More

  • Option USB GlobeSurfer iCON HSUPA Modem

    The world is shedding its wires and I, for one, am thrilled. Option has just announced a USB version of its GlobeSurfer HSUPA modem. The device offers the ability to suck in a 7.2Mbps downstream and pump out a 2Mbps upstream. It features a swivel USB head so it should be able to easily fit any USB port, despite bothersome casings or whatever. It supposedly offers plug and play capability and… Read More