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Re: [newtech-1] Suggestions for Mifi?

From: Miles R.
Sent on: Saturday, May 26, 2012 10:56 AM

I've passed this on to my friends at Verizon. Look out for their email. They may help you out here. 


On Saturday, May 26, 2012, EddieN wrote:
Hi NYTM Brain Trust:

In a couple of weeks, we are going to have a large outdoor event (everyone on the list is invited, by the way). For years, I've been wanting to livestream it on the Internet, but there was always something getting in the way. This year, though, I think I have every element in place to easily, cheaply and effectively do it, but one. 

My plan is to take my Galaxy Nexus phone, connect it to a mifi router, and use Google+'s Hangouts on Air feature to upload/stream the video to YouTube (and/or use something like Livestream or uStream). The whole rig will be powered by one of these.

I'm looking for suggestions for the mifi part of this equation. Requirements:

* the unit has to be as small and compact as possible
* the upload speed is more important than the download speed
* a non-contract unit would be preferred (since the chances are I'd return it after the event is over)

I'd appreciate your feedback, and critiques of my plan :) 

Thanks in advance,


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