The WiFi router is now available at all leading retail stores and is priced at Rs 2,900 and at full charge it can be continuously used for 4 hours.
With influx of social networking sites and the need to stay connected data service consumers always feel a need to be connected.
To tap this segment of users and offer them a simple way to have WiFi networks always and everywhere at the touch of a button, Indian handset player Lava has few days back launched a pocket wireless router, W150, which can create a WiFi network using RJ45 port or USB datacard, both in EVDO and 3G networks.
Lava's spokesperson said to 'The Mobile Indian', "The WiFi router is now available at all the leading retail stores and is priced at Rs 2,900. At full charge, it can be continuously used for 4 hours."
Lava W150 converts the data signal connection to WiFi, thus creating a Wifi hotspot which can be used by 32 users simultaneously for connecting WiFi enabled devices including phones, laptops and personal computers. It provides a signal with a downloading speed up to 150 Mbps within a radius 50 metres.
Some time back, even Micromax had launched WiFi router - MMX 400R - for Rs 4,999 which can be connected to the internet via a SIM card activated with data services with downloading speed up to 7.2 Mbps within a radius of 5-10 metres and it connect to a maximum of five WiFi enabled devices.
Among service providers, Vodafone has a similar device that acts as a WiFi hotspot and lets up to five people connect to it for accessing the internet. The device was priced at Rs 5,500 but was bundled with a Vodafone connection. On 2G, through an EDGE network, it provides a downloading speed of up to 256 Kbps.
Tata Photon too has a similar device which offers 3.1 Mbps and is priced at Rs 6,500.
With the latest software, the Lava Iris Fuel 50's huge 3000 mAh battery may offer longer back up.
Lava has sent out invite for the launch of the new Iris Pro series smartphone on January 17.
Snapdeal is now offering the new Iris 505 for Rs 8,999 and Iris 506q at Rs 11,700.
The flagship phone of the new series will be a quad core Android smartphone.
Lava Z7C+ comes with a 1 GHz single core processor, 3G SIM support, GPS and 7 inch display but is based on Android 4.0.
The quad core Android smartphone featuring Android Jelly Bean will be made available starting 25 June.
Android 4.2 based Lava Iris 504q has a large 5 inch HD 720p IPS display and is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad core MediaTek processor and 1 GB of RAM.
The phone has decent features
Lava Iris 401e is a 2G only Android 2.3 based smartphone that comes with a 1 GHz processor and 1500 mAh battery.
According to Lava, this feature will allow a user to interact with the phone and use the camera with just a swipe of his hand in the air.