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T-Mobile webConnect Rocket 2.0 images leaked

There hasn't been much publicly known about T-Mobile's upcoming webConnect Rocket 2.0, the sequel to the wireless provider's first HSPA+ laptop stick. But some slides have leaked, and if authentic, we know quite a bit more now.
Written by Rachel King, Contributor on

There hasn't been much publicly known about T-Mobile's upcoming webConnect Rocket 2.0, the sequel to the wireless provider's first HSPA+ laptop stick. But some slides have leaked, and if authentic, we know quite a bit more now.

Based on the slides (which were first posted by TmoNews, but we're not sure where they came from before that), the USB device is compatible with both Mac and PC systems, supports 4G but is also backwards compatible with 3G and Edge networks, and it hosts a microSD slot that can hold up to 16GB of more storage space.

Pricing and release date? No clues yet, but the plan costs shouldn't be far off from the original.

[Image via TmoNews]

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