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Drive 4G-M vs Drive 4G-X

Nicholas Jones | April 22, 2015

This week for our tech tip we are digging a little deeper into our Drive products.

Many have asked and wondered what the biggest difference is between the Drive 4G-M (470108) and the new Drive 4G-X (470510).

The Drive 4G-M has been one of our go-to boosters when it comes to 4G, the ability for multiple users able to benefit, and for RV use. This booster offers 5 bands of coverage, low-profile antennas, and increased cell reception in low signal areas. If you are traveling in areas where signal is not always great but you would like a boost inside the vehicle or RV, the Drive 4G-M would be a perfect solution for you.

The Drive 4G-X unit carries the same amount of gain as our Drive 4G-M (50 dB), but will provide a greatly improved reach to cell towers than any of our other mobile boosters and will be a great fit for rural traveling. This booster also offers 5 bands of coverage and low-profile antenna options. If you will be traveling in these rural areas frequently, where other boosters may typically struggle to get signal, then the Drive 4G-X is our best recommendation.

For more questions on any of our products, you can chat with one of our representatives on our website or call into our Customer Support department at 866-294-1660.