NTT docomo developed LTE Xi compliant USB data card "L-03F"

NTT docomo announced that they have developed a USB data card L-03F that is compatible with their LTE service Xi (down 150Mbps, up 50Mbps). They are planning to release it in late May.

It supports quad-band (2GHz/800MHz/1.5GHz/1.7GHz) which gives users a wide, fast, and comfortable data communication experience using the LTE network.

Size: 97x34x12.6mm
Weight: 42g
OS: Windows 8.1/8/7, Mac OS X 10.9.1, Mac OS X 10.8.5, MAC OS X 10.7.5, MAC OS X 10.6.8

 


 

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