Zebronics introduces the Sonic 3.5G USB Dongle, its first mobile connectivity device

MUMBAI: Top Notch Infotronix, India’s leading supplier of products and accessories for Computers, Consumer Electronics and Communication under the brand ‘ZEBRONICS' has introduced its first anywhere-anytime connectivity device, the Zebronics Sonic 3.5G USB Dongle.  The dongle accepts a standard SIM card of any service provider, allowing users to access the internet at high speeds, up to 7.2 Mbps through its built-in 3.5G HSDPA USB modem feature.

The Zebronics Sonic USB Dongle works on all 2G/3G networks making it simple for users to swap SIM cards while travelling for their choice of service providers. A simple plug-and-play device it is supported on major operating systems like Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8 and Mac OS, without the need for installation or software CD. Useful value added features include support for voice calls and provision for a micro SD card (adding memory up to 16GB).

Said Rajesh Doshi, co-founder and Director – Purchase & Marketing at Top Notch Infotronix “The Sonic Dongle is our first offering in the vast mobile broadband wireless internet device market. We are confident, its features and value offer will appeal to businessmen, students, home users, and travellers – anyone who wants simple wire-free connectivity with the freedom to work with data sim cards from any operator.”

In keeping with the Zebronics mission of introducing products with latest technology and good quality at reasonable prices the Zebronics Sonic 3.5G USB Dongle is priced at Rs. 1,500 which includes a warranty of one year. It is available at major IT accessories markets, retail IT outlets as well as Zebronics e-commerce site

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