Huawei E3531 HSPA+ 21.6Mbps USB Surfstick
Tag: Huawei E3531, Huawei Hilink Stick, Huawei 21.6Mbps USB Stick
Huawei E3531 comes available in 4th Quarter of 2013, as a new surf stick on the market. Huawei
E3531 is mainly for Germany operators. Depending on the rate and network environment, the
download speeds could reach up to 21.6 Mbit/s and upload speeds achievable could reach to 5.76
Mbps. The features are similar to HUAWEI E3131, which is already available in the market since 2012.
The Huawei E3531 offers dual-band UMTS (900/2100 MHz) and quad-band GSM
(850/900/1800/1900 MHz). The HUAWEI E3531 is SIM card unlocked and free for any operators. So
the E3531 modem could be used in most countries in Europe, but only in the U.S. and parts of Asia,
the HUAWEI E3531 can’t be used. With dimensions of 84x27x10, 5 mm, and weight of only 30 grams,
the E3531 stick is very compact and slim, which makes it eas to take in hand or pocket when
travelling. Huawei E3531 has a connector for an external antenna, it helps user to get better signal
strength in rural area where lower signal.
Connects In 15 seconds
The Huawei E3531 HSPA+ Surfstick software is supplied with the Huawei HiLink, which allows
operation without additional software. Only drivers will be installed at the first plugging to the
computer, all operating systems are supported on Windows XP/SP3. The complete configuration is
done via a web interface in the browser.
HiLink Another advantage of the software: after plugging to PC for about 15 seconds, Huawei E3531
would automatically connect to the internet and PC can start surf freely. The E3531 can work with
almost all sim cards completely, what’s more, the Huawei E3531 can auto setup the APN and
automatically configures itself accordingly. Only the SIM PIN must be entered.
Available from the end of 2013
Huawei E3531 HSPA+ delivers the surf stick from the 4th Quarter of 2013 to the market. Here, the
modem will be available in black and white colors and costs very few, unsubsidized and free for all
SIM cards, of course. As an alternative, the Huawei E3331 (smallest surf stick in the world) has similar
features and is already available.