The products were announced at CES. The three products include the LTE-enabled AL621 and MF820 USB Modems. These are claimed to provide bandwidths of up to 20 MHz, and are capable of download/upload speeds up to 100/50 Mbps, respectively.
The MF820 also has HSPA+ 42/11 Mbps downlink/uplink rates, and both are compatible with the latest Windows operating systems.
The ZTE MF91 Mobile Hotspot has rates of up to100/50 Mbps and HSPA+ 42/11 Mbps downlink/uplink rates, it can also apparently tether up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Finally the MF29L supports the LTE and HSPA+ speeds. It has a customisable GUI and works with both Windows and Mac OSs.
However, it’s not just LTE that the company is pushing. It’s also announced a new range in its Light Tablet PC series.
The ZTE Light tablet PC series has a seven inch touch screen with a 800 x 480 resolution, and weighs a skinny 389 grammes. It also runs on the Android 2.2 OS, has a 1GHZ processor and a ROM memory size of 4G.