September 28, 2010

WAAV’s AirBox X2 offers a mobile, broadband Internet connection for mobile data applications. The company claims it is the first multi-connection broadband cellular router, and that it delivers baud rates and latency capable of voice over IP (VoIP), video telephony, or even broadcasting live video from a moving vehicle. Users can connect to the Internet through AirBox X2’s Wi-Fi or Ethernet port. Optional GPS receivers allow fleet managers or dispatchers to track vehicles in real-time. AirBox X2 sells for $1,099, and requires the service of a cellular plan.