Review: ZTE Unite IV Amazing Mobile WiFi hotspot for all your tech!

Martin Guay
Martin Guay - Chief Editor
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With summer in full swing, you might need something like the ZTE Unite IV Mobile WiFi hotspot for all your tech! Check the review out below!

No matter where you are, you can connect all your gadgets to WiFi. Of course, you'll need a data plan for the hotspot. In this latest review, I'll touch on my experiences with such a device while travelling, camping and being mobile.

We take for granted that WiFi is available everywhere we go, and this might be true if you're in a large metro area, but if you travel, you might end up in spots where WiFi isn't readily available. Places outside metro areas in the country, camping, the beach, or parked on the side of the road in your trailer are likely places where WiFi is nonexistent.

Of course, you could use your smartphone as a hotspot, and that may get you out of a pickle in the short term, but for more extensive use, this isn't the best option. Let take a look at what the ZTE Unite IV Mobile WiFi hotspot delivers.

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Review ZTE Unite IV Mobile WiFi hotspot for all your tech device

Device Spec

You get blazing LTE speeds, the connectivity that even a small-sized creator will enjoy while being on the go nearing 800 Mbps in download speeds, provided the data carrier in question can deliver. The 3000 mAh battery will ensure that you get that blazing connectivity for an extended period and a 12-days standby charge. You, your family and friends can connect up to 16 devices to the hotspot.


What can you do?

I took the device camping with friends recently, and we shared the WiFi data connection among us four. I pulled out the projector, connected a mini portable projection device, loaded Netflix, and watch some movies while enjoying the campfire; This also allowed some of us to continue our weekly work even this meant being remote at a campsite.

What's the distance for the WiFi connectivity? Considering it provides WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, it can reach pretty far. The average distance is about 70 meters. We had WiFi by the beachside.

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Who's going to need something like this? Anyone who requires more than one device to be connected online at any given time.

How much does it cost?

How much will this cost the average consumer? The ZTE Unite IV is $300 without a data plan. In my opinion, it's overpriced for a mobile hotspot. You do need to have a decent mobile data plan pour the hotspot. Canada doesn't have great choices for data-only plans, and it can be costly.

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Get it here at Bell. You can get more information via the ZTE Canada website.

What's the verdict?

Yes, I do recommend getting yourself something like this if you have several people who will require WiFi access while you're on the go. It's a great way to get everyone that needs to stay connected to the world to enjoy online life even when you're in the middle of the forest.

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By Martin Guay Chief Editor
I write, talk about technology, gadgets, the latest Android news as much as any other fellow geek, nerd, or enthusiast does. I work in the IT field as a System Administrator, and I enjoy gaming when possible. I'm into plenty of things, and you can usually find me around Ottawa, Canada!For all business inquiry email business-inquiry [@] cryovex [dot] com.
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