Leading mobile broadband provider 3 is to launch a revamped Mi-Fi device, boosting consumers who enjoy using web services on the move.
The internet service provider has teamed up with Huawei to offer a new Mi-Fi product which converts a 3G data connection to a local wireless network.
Consumers can use the Huawei E585, which comes in a stylish black model, to create personal Wi-Fi hotspots for up to five devices.
This characteristic may appeal to those who have purchased an Apple iPad tablet to complement their laptop or desktop PC.
Other changes from the previous Mi-Fi offering include an improved OLED display, and the removal of flashing LEDs to indicate performance.
3 is set to launch the device next month at a retail price of £49.99 on its pay-as-you-go mobile broadband packages, with other service options to be announced.