Weight: 2.3 ounces
Dimensions: 2.9 x 2.9 x .47 inches (w/t/d)
1500 mAh lithium-ion USB rechargeable battery
Up to 6-8 hours of hours in use
Download 6 to 8Mbps with peaks of up to 25Mbps
Upload up to 3Mbps (4G LTE)
802.11b/g/n 2.4Ghz, max speed of 54Mbps
Let’s face it — the internet has become a basic utility, but getting online has left our control. Karma Go ($149) is here to liberate you from the constant wi-fi treasure hunt and put control back in your hands.
The pocket-sized device is the simplest way to bring a reliable internet connection with you, everywhere in the U.S. It works by turning an ultrafast 4G LTE data connection into a personal wi-fi network capable of supporting up to 8 devices at the same time — whether they’re your own or the people around you.
And more importantly, your data never expires and there’s no monthly contracts or hidden fees to deal with. Just purchase more when you need it. 1GB is $14, while bigger packages of 5 and 10GB are available for $59 and $99 respectively. Karma even offers the ability to skip paying for data altogether.
So how’s that last bit work? Karma ties data to a person, not a device. This allows each Karma Go to share internet access to anyone looking to get online, while ensuring your own data is secure. Each time Karma is shared, all parties get 100MB of free data, so everyone wins.
It’s time we took back the internet, and the new Karma Go ($149) is the solution we’ve all been waiting for.