Sprint Upgraded Power Vision (EV-DO Rev A)

The fastest wireless broadband network in the U.S. is also the first to offer decent uploading speeds for your chunky multimedia files. Sprint’s aggressive coverage rollout, variety of devices, and excellent speeds make it the current undisputed Editors’ Choice for wireless data networks.

Sprint’s EV-DO Rev A network is an upgrade to their existing, nationwide EV-DO Rev 0 network, also known as “Power Vision.” Sprint is referring to Rev A as “upgraded Power Vision”; Rev A shows up in brown on its network maps, whereas Rev 0 is orange. The network is backward-compatible, so all existing devices will operate on their normal speeds in Rev A cities. You’ll see Rev A’s faster speeds if you buy one of Sprint’s three Rev A PC cards, the Sierra Wireless AC595, Novatel Wireless S720 (Stay tuned for reviews of both of these PC cards.), or Pantech PX500, or Sprint’s Novatel U720 USB dongle for computers without PC Card slots.

These cards also work with Sprint’s Linksys Wireless-G Router for Mobile Broadband, according to Sprint, so you can turn a single Rev A connection into a Wi-Fi hot spot for several computers.
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