High-speed entertainment

  • 23-Mar-2015 11:55 EDT
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Lesswire’s Wi4Upro is an updated long-term evolution (LTE) Wi-Fi router with built-in media server for high-speed Internet and entertainment in vehicles. The slender Wi4U offers a solution for coach companies, public transport, commercial vehicle operators, and private vehicle retrofitters. Compliant with E1 standards, the unit offers reliability, robustness, and flexibility through software updates. Featuring high-speed LTE data transfer rates of up to 100 Mbit/s, a single Wi4U enables a high-speed Internet connection and online access for up to 80 devices and/or passengers. Online entertainment options are improved via the router’s assimilated media server featuring universal plug-and-play for accessibility with smartphones and tablets. The unit also offers an integrated GPS receiver, allowing schedule delays to be recognized and communicated in real time. 

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