By TWICE Staff On Jan 10 2012 - 5:01am
LAS VEGAS —
CDP-USA of Los Angeles
is launching its first MyMO mobile router,
a battery-powered device that can be tethered
to a smartphone’s MicroUSB port or to
a cellular USB modem to split Internet access
among 150 devices in a 300-foot area
as well as enable corporate VPN access and
file sharing among users.
The $129-suggested MyMO-1002 is
equipped with Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n/ and works
with 3G and 4G cellular devices, including
iOS, Blackberry, Android and Windows Mobile
smartphones and most USB modems,
the company said.
Consumers connecting to a smartphone
would need a smartphone tethering plan.
The company’s next version will incorporate
an embedded cellular modem for availability
at end of the second quarter. Another
model with embedded modem is planned for
The first model comes with home charger,
car charger, rechargeable lithium-ion battery
and carry case.