LG launches VL600 4G LTE USB modem

LG will launch the first LTE (Long Term Evolution) USB modem for Verizon Wireless on Sunday Dec. 5 in the same day which Verizon is set to launch 4G LTE service in 38 major U.S. metropolitan areas along with 60 airports.

The LG VL600 LTE USB modem measures 98.5 x 37.6 x 14.7 mm, weights 50g, has a 4-color LED Service Status Indicator and supports Windows  XP, Vista and Windows 7 computers. It also features flip USB cover and allows high-speed 4G internet connectivity with speeds between 2Mbps to 5Mbps on upload and download, which is more than 10 times faster than 3G.

LG VL600 4G LTE USB modem

The modem will cost you $99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and with a new two-year contract.

LG VL600 4G LTE USB modem

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