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Lenovo 0A36185 - Módem interno (Mini PCI Express)
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- Descripción del producto: Lenovo Gobi 3000 Mobile Broadband
- Profundidad: 5,095 cm
- Altura: 4,25 mm (0.167 ")
- Conectividad: con cables
- Interfaz de host: la mini PCI Express
- Interfaz: WWAN
- Velocidad de transferencia de datos: Edge: 247.4 Kbps DL; 123.70 Kbps UL
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 4,25 mm
Ancho: 30 mm
Interfaz de host: Mini PCI Express
Peso: 12 g
Profundidad: 51 mm
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Tasas de transferencia soportadas: EDGE: 247.4 kbps DL; 123.70 kbps UL, GPRS: 85.6 kbps DL; 42.8 kbps UL, GSM: 14.4 kbps UL/DL
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
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First things first. This device works for T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. It's unlocked and for all intents and purposes carrier agnostic. It comes with a AT&T Sim card as well.
It will work with AT&T's 3G network using 850/1900 mhz bands, but will not work on their 4G LTE networks.
It will work with Sprint and Verizon's EVDO/CDMA 3G networks, but will not work on the 4G LTE networks.
It will work on T-Mobile's Edge network, but will not work on their 3G network because it does not support the AWS/1700 mhz bands T-Mobile uses for 3G.
It will work on T-Mobile's European network on Edge and 3G.
This device will also work globally, so long as you have the proper Sim/CDMA plan.
I opted to go with AT&T because they offered a no-contract tablet plan for $25 a month because Sprint's plan was $30 and required a contract. Sprint also mentions their 3G network tops out at 3.1Mbps.
You should be able to install this in your device and walk into a AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint or Verizon store and walk out with data on your device. The only activation issue I had was that AT&T recognizes this card as a Lenovo T520 card which is not eligible for a tablet plan. They worked it out and got the right plan. But just remember this is technically a Lenovo T520 card, so if you put it in a tablet like I did, you'll get a few extra headaches getting it activated with the right plan.
After it was activated I was online and having a good time. I was able to get consistent dl speeds on AT&T of 3.5Mbps and on occasion speeds as high as 6Mps.
Hope that helps.
Make sure you - 1. Have the slot for mobile broadband in your thinkpad. and 2. Have a screw to lock this down on the motherboard.
Strange to me that a simple screw was not included - but that is a minor issue in the grand scheme of things.
The card works great, is recognized by the machine and the access connections software. 5/5
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