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AnyDATA's ADU-610 checks into the USB HSDPA modem game

Darren Murph
February 23, 2007
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With all this HSDPA and EV-DO Rev A love going around, we knew it wouldn't be too long before AnyDATA took the leap and joined the ever-growing party. The firm's ADU-610 works worldwide on 3G networks that utilize HSDPA / UMTS technology, and will even play nice on 2.5G networks, albeit at 384kbps. Additionally, we've got a "world's smallest" tag slapped on, as the USB modem comes in at just 35- x 93- x 10-millimeters, and just in case you new upgraders are worried, it will indeed work with Windows Vista (and XP, of course). Based on the Qualcomm MSM6280 chipset, users can expect a maximum throughput of 7.2Mbps, and the two multi-colored LED indicators should keep you informed on just how your connection is humming along. No word just yet on price, but we do know that at least one mysterious Korean carrier has already certified the unit for use and made it commercially available to those interested.

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