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Tuesday April 20, 2010 3:38 pm

Bleeding Edge TV 345: Sprint Overdrive 4G review

We’ve talked about the Sprint Overdrive hotspot a bunch, including a look at a scenario where it saved us from the perils of AT&T in our Sprint Overdrive review. Well, in this episode, we review the Sprint Overdrive 4G mobile broadband hotspot, letting you know all the details on the device and what you can do with it. Seriously, this thing allows you to connect up to five devices (think iPhone, iPad, laptop, etc.) to Sprint’s 4G network at the same time in supported cities. The Overdrive will fall back to 3G if you leave a 4G area, still supporting up to five devices (albeit, a bit more slowly.) It’s a solid device, and it’s no wonder that Sprint’s trying to jump on the iPad bandwagon with the Overdrive.

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1.76mbps I am in my house, and we have one of the last router, Linksys g / n regional plus" (top of the range this summer). It is the only city we have, but work to make a fiber optic line in the next two years. Of course, only the wireless in my laptop, but has no intention of 54Mbps anyway

I have 3g sprint mobile broadband cards but i am thinking about switching it for the overdrive 4g. should i buy the sprint overdrive 4g. is there a limit to how long i can be on it.

we have one of the last router, Linksys g / n regional plus” (top of the range this summer). It is the only city we have, but work to make a fiber optic line in the next two years. Of course, only the wireless in my laptop, but has no intention of 54Mbps anyway.

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