It looks like Kyocera's latest router isn't the only new EV-DO device makings its debut today, with Verizon also taking the opportunity to bust out its new UM150 EV-DO Rev. A USB modem. Nothing too special here, but it will get the job with minimal protrusion from your laptop, and it also boasts a retractable antenna and a Y-shaped extension cable to accommodate your various mobile broadband needs. It'll even double as a standard mass storage device thanks to the built-in microSD card slot. Full price is $130, but Verizon will knock that down to $80 for those willing to sign up for a two-year contract.
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