Thursday, August 23, 2007

Novatel U727 & Pantech PX600

Looks like Novatel is hard at work on their next USB device called the Novatel U727. The Novatel U727 is a replacement for the popular U720. The U720 was recently End Of Lifed (EOL) at Sprint. Novatel is going to have a hard time competing with the "almost released" Franklin CDU-680, which has every feature anyone can possibly need in a tiny EVDO USB form factor.

Also, looks like Pantech is working on a PCMCIA EVDO Rev A card called the Pantech PX600. The PX600 will serve as the entry level EVDO Card. This card will be manufactured by UTStarcom.

Either way, lots of changes are going to happen over the coming months and as always, we will be reporting on them on EVDOinfo.com and this blog.

Of course when available, we will update our wireless data card guide on EVDOinfo.com