Do you tire of looking for a Wi-Fi hotspot to connect your iPod Touch?
It's 2011 already…
Surfing the Internet shouldn't be so hard to do no matter what the device or where you are.
But, that's just my opinion.
And possibly the opinion of Sprint as well.
Or maybe just a smart move to step into the iDevice craze.
Sprint is aiming to make your iPod Touch, a Wi-Fi device, into a 3G device, in a round about way, with the "ZTE Peel™."
The Peel, a casing with 3G capability, is made exclusively to fit the 2nd and 3rd generation iPod Touch. It takes in a 3G signal from Sprint and provides a Wi-Fi network that any Wi-Fi enabled device can access. in essence making it a 3G hotspot.
The Peel, $80, supports up to two Wi-Fi enabled devices, with a range of up to 20 feet. No contract is required. (Yea!) There is, of course, a monthly data plan cost of $30 for 1GB of bandwidth.
The ZTE Peel may be just what some iPod Touch users are looking for to enhance their experience, if an iPad or iPhone is not in their future or sights.