At CES today, LG announced two LTE products that work on Verizon’s new 4G network. The WM300 and L2000 aren’t broadband dongles, but rather chipsets that work for machine-to-machine connectivity. That means these modules will mostly be used for fixed enterprise assets that require high-speed wireless connectivity.
Any businesses that have been really hurting for something like this will have likely already picked up something similar that runs on Sprint’s WiMAX network, but for those who have been biding their time, either waiting for better coverage or lower prices, these solutions may have what they’re looking for.
Of course, what most of us want is a consumer-grade LTE smartphone for Verizon, but who knows, maybe we’ll see something like that from HTC at CES. As is, LG already has an LTE dongle for Verizon, if you’re itching for 4G mobile broadband.