TP-Link launched a portable advanced LTE Mobile WiFi router – the TP-Link M7350 for a price tag of ₹7,999. This WiFi router supports 4G LTE Cat 4 and also comes with micro SD card slot that can be used to share micro SD card contents with other devices on the same network.

This device comes with a micro SD card slot, a SIM slot with 4G LTE support and a micro USB port for power supply. There is a power on / off button and a menu button. The TP-Link M7350 houses a 2550 mAh rechargeable battery making it a portable router. On a full charge you can expect up to 10 hours of working time.

Up to 10 devices can connect to this TP-Link M7350 router. Micro SD card of up to 32GB can be used and the content of this card can also be shared with other devices connected on the same networks. There is a TFT display that shows the signal strength, network used (4G/3G etc), messages, bandwidth used and battery levels.

TP-Link M7350 launched for ₹7,999

TP-Link M7350 will be available soon for ₹7,999.

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  1. this is a good product….though its priced bit high. personally I am waiting for brands like huawei /Dlink to launch unlocked 4G USB data card with built in WiFi .these can be run by plugging it to a USB powerbank and runs for more than 6 hours on 10400mah power bank…although range will be limited to one room.

  2. I use my Micromax A110 as a wifi hub at home, Which does most of the things mentioned by shyam. For FTP i use ES file explorer which is pretty good.

    Still to connect my 1 TB hdd. Waiting for y cable with USB 3 port. Once i get it, will connect the hdd to external power source and link it with my mobile and connect any device wirelessly to my hdd.

    1. In theory any smartphone can be used as a WiFi hotspot. In practice, the range and stability of the signal is average to poor compared to a dedicated WiFi hotspot. Also the phone gets heated up and battery life is really poor. A 2000 mah battery is unlikely to give you even 3 hours battery backup as a hotspot whereas a dedicated hotspot will give you nearly twice that amount. Also most Android devices cannot supply enough power through their USB ports to support a plug and play USB hsrd drive. 4g cum CDMA handsets are rare and mostly cost over 10 k. Finally obviously none of these devices can offer a landline Internet solution. So my device will still be worthwhile.

      Even at the moment, there are some decent WiFi hotspots on the market under 5 k(mostly 3g only) But in general the public does not seem to appreciate the value of the concept of a WiFi hotspot. Most people don’t seem to realize that onscreen battery can be nearly doubled by accessing the internet over WiFi. And standby time is also improved and device temperatures remain much cooler when you’re off mobile data. Also if you have a WiFi device that can handle any type of sim, no need to limit your choice in phones on the basis of the sims it can handle. In fact, your phone sim can largely be picked on the basis of call data advantages. But somehow people don’t get it. A good all-round product useful in more than one way may at least sway their minds.

  3. I’m glad that TP-Link(and hopefully others later on) realize the need for high-end mobile routers which can also be used for 4g LTE. But the specifications need to be better than this.

    I propose an all-in-one router(both mobile and home) with the following specifications
    1) Size of a 2 Tb USB hard drive and with detachable antennae at the sides. Comes with its own protective case.
    2) 10,000 mah battery
    3) Has sim slots as well as ADSL and DSL(cable internet is fast getting established now!) WAN ports, 1 LAN and 1 USB 3.0 port through which you can access hard drives up to 2 tb through FTP or Samba, FTP transfer speeds up to 6 Mbps through a USB 3.0 drive
    2) Has 3 sim slots, 1 which takes CDMA sims and is designed to work with BSNL EVDO(the one relevant CDMA service in India with its unlimited data and speeds close to 3g), 1 3g slot and 1 4g slot. Buttons on the device enable you to switch to whichever connection you want(including a pure intranet connection not connected to the Internet over which you can transfer local data safely and without incurring internet charges) You can run USSD codes to know your data usage. Has its own data monitoring and control feature as well
    3) Micro sd card support up to 128 gb
    4) WiFi range is average at best but works well in a straight line with no solid obstructions(such as walls) Since the unit is portable, that is sufficient.
    5) Possibly(but I don’t insist) also usable as a power bank
    6) Price of 10,000 rs

    Such a unit will be well worth it. You can get a sim on your phone which gives good value in call charges and services and your Internet sims can be accessed on any device(including WiFi only devices) through WiFi. Battery life on your device improves by using only WiFi and the 10,000 mah battery gives you very high battery life on the router Plus, you get a kind of extended OTG facility including large hard drives(whose contents you can FTP transfer to your device at very high speed – 1 gb in under 3 minutes) which is useful when you travel

  4. Don’t buy any TP link product… It’s services after purchase is worst. Hardly u will talk to their customers care representative.

    1. My experience with TP Link was awesome. I have TP Link MR3220 and it works great.My BSNL EVDO was initially not working with it. I complained to customer care and they at once listened to my query and responded. They gave me the necessary firmware files through email and also guided on how to install it.
      Now, I donot face any problem and am very satisfied customer.

  5. WHy anyone would buy this router???? Its better to use a 4G enabled mobile as a Wifi Hotspot, something like Lenovo Vibe P1M @ Rs. 7999 would also give better battery performance.

    1. Functionality wise you r correct but I am sure there must be some different between a router and a phone as a wifi spot..may be better performance through a router!