DataJack to Unveil 3G Internet Service at CES 2010
The DataJack USB modem enables a truly unlimited high speed Internet access, connecting to a 3G wireless network that is available in over 250 cities in the United States, company officials said.
Also DataJack does not require a two-year contract and there is no need for credit checks or upfront deposits. The company does not charge an activation fee to initiate the Internet service nor does it charge for early termination.
The DataJack USB can store up to 8 Gigabytes of data, music, images, videos and other digital files. It plugs into a standard USB port on any PC or MAC computer to offer consumers both high speed Internet connection and instant access to personal and online data, images and digital media enabling true mobility.
The features of the device are stylish ergonomic design with rounded contours, ultra-compact format of just 76mm x 27mm x 13mm and it weighs only 22 g.
The retractable USB connector sports a simple slide connector mechanism. DataJack USB has an easy to see LED status display, zero-CD plug-n-play technology and a lanyard holder.
It also features a micro-SD slot to provide up to 8 GB of portable USB storage and it offers high speed wireless Internet connectivity with upload speeds of 5.76 Mbps and download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps, said company sources.
“The CES (News - Alert) show is the biggest consumer electronics show for previewing and announcing new technology products, so we chose CES as the perfect forum to showcase our new DataJack 3G service,” Chris Douglass, president of DataJack, Inc. said in a release.
DataJack provides a fast and secure nationwide 3G mobile broadband service. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of QuamTel, Inc. which is a provider of advanced mobile telecommunications technologies and services. The DataJack is a compact plug and play USB device offering consumers the freedom of unlimited Internet access, at an affordable price, with no contract, fees, credit check or deposit.
Dallas-based QuamTel provides a comprehensive portfolio of advanced telecommunications technologies, improved service solutions and next generation broadband services.
Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Kelly McGuire