Salora launches 3G data card that supports download speeds up to 7.2Mbps and upload speeds up to 5.76Mbps

Salora International has introduced Salora Zapper-3G Data
Card that supports download speeds up to 7.2Mbps and upload speeds up to

“Compatible  with  every  GSM 
network  available,  the  Salora Zapper 3G Data Card is bound to
become a revolution in the data card market. With  more  and 
more  corporate  on  the  move  and 
internet  access  becoming  an  integral  part 
of everyday  life,  the  demand  for  faster 
connectivity  has  been  on  the  upsurge. 
By  bringing  in  our product  range  we 
wish  to  enhance  the  business  and  leisure 
internet  usage  experience  and  thus tap  the 
booming  Indian  economy  of  today.  Bringing 
together  a  harmonious  integration  of  the
telecom  and  IT  sector  we  wish  to 
establish  ourselves  as  the  major  player 
in  the  category,” said Anil Chandna, business Head – IT products,
Salora International.

Enabled  with  multiple  operator 
functionality  wherein  users  can  insert  any 
SIM  card  of  their choice and use the device for high speed
internet access, the 3G Data Card offers features like Voice  Call 
through  GUI,  Phonebook  and  SMS  support, 
Social  Networking  and  much  more.

Operating on HSPA/UMTS 2100MHz frequency with support for
EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz,  the  Salora  Zapper 
3G  Data  Card  comes  with  an  Auto 
Install  Software  and supports  APN  auto 
management  which  offers  support  for 
Microsoft  Windows  TM  Vista,  XP SP2+ along 
with  an  external  memory  slot  via 
Micro  SD  of  32  GB  capacity. 

The ‘Salora Zapper 3G Data Card’ comes with an internal
antenna for ease-of-use and puts in an inbuilt multi color LED status indicator for clear display.

By Team
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