UTStarcom PC5750 PC Broadband Card Review

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What’s Good:
The UTStarcom PC5750 works with PCs and Macs. Its equipped to run on Verizon’s EVDO Rev. A network for speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps.

What’s Bad:
No adapters for USB or ExpressCard slots ship with the PC5750.

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Reviewed on: 10/10/2008


Nothing really special happening here. It’s an okay card and with the discounts it doesn’t cost too much. You could probably find another Verizon card for free if you’re hard pressed about the $30.

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I’ll give it to you straight. There’s not really any valuable details to put here right now. No product recalls or any dangers like that. It’s your run of the mill card. You can pick up the UTStarcom PC5750 for $30.


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The UTStarcom PC5750 Wireless Broadband Card for use on the Verizon Wireless high-speed network allows you to surf the Internet, check email, and even access your corporate network from anywhere. With download speeds as fast as 3.1 Mbps, you’re laptop acts as a fully-functional mobile office. The PC5750 card for Verizon Wireless is easy to install, and works with both PCs and Macs.


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From the Manufacturer

  • Dimensions – 4.0 in x 1.3 in x 0.7 in
  • Weight – 1.5 oz
  • Data Download Speed – EV-DO rev A (Up to 3.1 Mbps Down/1.8 Mbps Up), EV-DO rev 0 (2.4 Mbps Down/153 Kbps Up), 1xRTT
  • Download Protocol – CDMA 850, 1900
  • Compatible Carrier – Verizon Wireless
  • Network Compatibility – CDMA 850, 1900
  • 3G Data Speeds – Yes

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