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Pablo Valerio
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Re: any pictures?
Pablo Valerio   3/1/2014 5:10:31 PM
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For what they told us you can install the device anywhere, as long as it gets at least some signal. It uses only 5W.

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Re: any pictures?
daleste   3/1/2014 11:58:13 AM
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Nice looking device.  Where would a provider install it?  Looks like it needs a sheltered place.  Any idea about the price for personal use?  

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Re: any pictures?
Pablo Valerio   3/1/2014 5:11:07 AM
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I was not able to take a good picture during the presentation, but here you have an official one:



The device looks like a typical home router. You'll probably need to wait a few months to see it in the market, but the best way will be to ask your cellular provider about it. 5Barz is talking to all of them.

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any pictures?
daleste   2/28/2014 8:21:13 PM
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Are there any pictures of the device?  Just curious what it looks like.  I would like my boss to install one of these at his house.  He has horrible cell reception there.



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