Kobian launches Mercury 3G mobile router

Telecom Lead India: Kobian, a provider of computer
peripherals and tablets has introduced Mercury 3G Mobile Router which
provides Wi-Fi connectivity to 6 devices with push of a button.

The company said that the new router runs on rechargeable
lithium-ion battery which lasts for 5 hours.


“All our ranges of products are feature rich, user
friendly, stylish and lighter on the pockets. Why should one pay for 6 dongles
when the same internet connectivity can be achieved through single Mercury 3G
Mobile Routers. The battery backup of 5 hours keeps it different from other
models in the markets,” said Sushmita Das, country manager – India, Kobian Pte


The company said that its new card sized Mercury 3G
Mobile Router is very light and can be carried in ones pocket anywhere for
instant connectivity and it can easily be switched between the modem and router


 In the modem mode, 3G Mobile Router acts as a
dongle and provides internet connectivity to the host through USB.  In the
router mode, the dongle will turn into a ‘Hot-Spot’ and serves as a router
providing internet access to 6 different devices.


The 3G Mobile Router provides a broadband speed of up to
7.2 Mbps and supports all GSM providers.


The company added that the 3G Mobile Router is ideal for
SOHO, students and home use without creating a mess of cables
around. Mercury 3G Mobile Router comes with MRP of Rs 5,200 and
available ex- stock with a 1 year warranty.


Kobian launches mTab Neo2 for Rs 14,999


Recently, Kobian launched mTab Neo2, 3G Voice model supporting
Android 4.0. It features Samsung chipset to provide excellent picture quality.
Battery backup is around 6 hours. The MRP of Mercury mTab Neo 2 is Rs


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