Micromax MMX144F Ferrari Opus portable high speed internet USB stick

Along with the A100 and the A90 handsets, Micromax has also launched the MMX144F Ferrari Opus a high speed USB stick that can achieve blazing speed of up to 14.4Mbps. It is a plug and play HSPA + USB dongle with a red coloured body.

The red Micromax MMX144F with the Ferrari Opus word obviously means high speed action.  This USB device will definitely put you in the fast lane. There is a SIM / USIM card slot that can house a single 2G or 3G SIM card.

For high speed internet connectivity it has HSDPA (14.4Mbps), HSUPA (5.7Mbps), UMTS (384Kbps), EDGE (237Kbps – class 12) and GPRS (85.6Kbps – class 10). The 3G dongle weighs less than 30 grams and is 12mm thin. There is the LED Visual indicator and device is completely plug and play – does not require any additional software.

MMX144F supports Linux, Mac OS, Windows XP to the latest. There is also a micro SD slot that can hold card of up to 32GB. So you can use this dongle as pen drive too. Other interesting features are SMS and voice call support.

Micromax MMX144F Ferrari Opus

The Micromax Ferrari Opus MMX144F is available from Snapdeals.com for Rs. 2,499.

Micromax MMX144F (Ferrari Opus) Key features and specifications

  • 3G dongle with Voice, SMS and PHB support.
  • 3G HSPA (14.4Mbps), GPRS (class 10), EDGE (Class 12).
  • Linux, Windows and Mac OS supported.
  • Plug and play with auto installation – works with any GSM SIM card.
  • Built in Micro-SD slot (32GB card capacity supported).
  • RGB LED indicator.
  • Ferrari ki sawaari for Rs. 2,499.

{ 12 Responses }

  1. satyanarayan das says

    I bought Mmx144f This one doesn’t support windows xp.The error shos-STOP:c000021a{Fatal system Error}

  2. anu says

    I have micromax ferrori modem ,but it had locked with airtel , how to unlock this modem? plz suggest me as soon as possible

  3. Pratap Keshari Naik says

    Can I use micromax mmx 144F(Ferrari Opus) to send photos or receive photos? pratap.

  4. Adrajan says

    Hai Mr.Gogi , In the HeadLine of this article it is mentioned as "UBS stick" instead of "USB stick" , check it out


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