The Tiny New Novatel USB727 EV-DO Interface

This new EV-DO interfaces from Novatel—this is the Sprint model, but Verizon got one, too—replace the bulbous lumps precipitously dangling from a laptop's USB port with slim little things no bigger than the average flash drive. And then to make it better, they add a microSD slot for an optional 4GB of memory, just for kicks. I think EV-DO and its other high-speed wireless counterparts to be one of the wonders of the modern computing age, but this is the first USB solution that I would consider using instead of a PCMCIA or ExpressCard version. The U727 will be available for $280, or less with a new subscription. Press Release []
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2 Responses to The Tiny New Novatel USB727 EV-DO Interface

  1. EVDOKirsten says:

    The new Novatel U727 is available to order over at – and, along with excellent pre- and post-sales support, the EVDO Experts are also throwing in a FREE 1 GB MicroSD card for the first 100 people to order the Sprint U727!

    Check here for details:

  2. MoreMobile says:

    This is still one of the best cards Verizon has, and now it is Free too! To see several videos of the card go here: There are also videos of this card with some mobile routers so you can share the connection with multiple computers at the same time!

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