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Modems (2 products)

A modem is your gateway to the internet - and a new modem can boost your online experience significantly. There are different types to choose from (including dongle modem) and Ebuyer has plenty in stock.

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EXDISPLAY Lenovo ThinkPad Fibocom L850-GL CAT9 WWAN Wireless Cellular Modem

  • Wireless cellular modem
  • Bus: M.2 Card
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Max Transfer Rate: 450 Mbps
  • Cellular Protocol: LTE

£ 59.09  inc. vat

£ 49.24 ex. vat

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Lenovo ThinkPad Fibocom L850-GL CAT9 WWAN Wireless Cellular Modem

  • Wireless cellular modem
  • Bus: M.2 Card
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Max Transfer Rate: 450 Mbps
  • Cellular Protocol: LTE

£ 130.49  inc. vat

£139.49save £9.00

£ 108.74 ex. vat

£116.24save £7.50

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EXDISPLAY Lenovo ThinkPad Fibocom L850-GL CAT9 WWAN Wireless Cellular Modem

  • Wireless cellular modem
  • Bus: M.2 Card
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Max Transfer Rate: 450 Mbps
  • Cellular Protocol: LTE

QuickFind: 909293

Mfr part code: EBR1-4XC0R38452

£ 59.09  inc. vat

£ 49.24 ex. vat

More Info

Lenovo ThinkPad Fibocom L850-GL CAT9 WWAN Wireless Cellular Modem

  • Wireless cellular modem
  • Bus: M.2 Card
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Max Transfer Rate: 450 Mbps
  • Cellular Protocol: LTE

QuickFind: 857009

Mfr part code: 4XC0R38452

£ 130.49  inc. vat

£139.49save £9.00

£ 108.74 ex. vat

£116.24save £7.50

0% Interest offers available

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What is a modem?

A modem is a network device which converts data to a signal which can be transmitted and received via cable, satellite connection or telephone line. One of the earliest ways to connect to the internet was via a 'dial-up' modem and a telephone line, with the modem converting data between analog and digital formats. The technology is much more sophisticated these days. The principle, however, remains the same (though the high-speed digital modems of today do not require the conversion). A modem is, essentially, a gateway to the internet.

What's the difference between a router and a modem?

It's fairly common, these days, for the terms to be used interchangeably, but there are important differences. A modem handles connection to the internet while a router allows multiple devices to connect to the internet simultaneously. If, as in days gone by, you only had one internet-connected device with an Ethernet port (a desktop PC, say) you could connect the modem directly to it via a cable. However, times have changed and now we all have multiple devices which require connection to the internet at the same time. This is the function of the router - to take the connection provided by the modem and distribute it across your smartphone, laptop, smart TV, tablet etc. So, a modem and a router are both essential pieces of kit in the modern world.

Modems at Ebuyer

Our team of experts can give you the right advice to ensure you get the correct modem to suit your needs. Please contact our Solutions Team, and they will be pleased to discuss. Call 01430 433671 or email the team on solutions@ebuyer.com