We’ll have to give it to AT&T for going with something a wee bit different than what we’re accustomed to seeing in the world of handy MiFis — but with touchscreens apparently being a thing nowadays, it also shouldn’t surprise us that the company chose to go this route. Either way, the newly introduced MiFi Liberate will surely be of help to those who need to stay connected while on the go, offering features such as LTE connectivity (provided the network’s live in the area, of course), simultaneous pairing of up to 10 WiFi devices, 11-hour battery life, a microSD slot, DLNA capabilities and, as you can see above, a 2.8-inch touchscreen display. Unfortunately, the carrier didn’t say when we can expect the Liberate to be up for grabs (or for how much), with a company representative only telling us that it’ll be at some point “in the coming months.” While we wait for those details, however, feel free to check out the extra pic located just past the break.
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