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xA4Hx
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I appreciate your great product it was simple to install but I see when it comes out of beta you will have to make a more detail instructions for a less tech savvy person.

My question is in it current state only has been able to test it in one location so far which is a poor signal area. Is there an expected speed trade off for choosing this method of doing it. I am not trying to sound ungrateful or negative just curious. I plan on purchasing this on Launch day, because I probably use this once a week to browse the net a bit or as a backup

-illusion

Ps. I realize after writing this I need to better describe what I mean I have tethered before on treo 700wx and on the instinct. I am pretty sure I got the max the network was going on the days I used it.

phankinson
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If your cell signal is low, then you will see lower speeds.

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xA4Hx
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I do realize that, I was trying to ask a question based on how this product is designed.

-illusion

PS. I didn't think you was going to jump at the signal level and say that or I would of asked question differently.

shankinson
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Hi,

I'm not exactly sure what your question is/was. Could you ask it differently?

If your asking what is the maximum capable speed then we've heard people getting as high as 1100kbps. I have a simulator that I made which uses a PC instead of a phone and I was able to get 5000kbps with it and that was maxing out my at home router connection.

Hope that helps

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