Satechi Wireless Multifunction Mini Router costs under $40

Feb 14, 2013
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Typically, a wireless router is a rather large and bulky device that can be difficult to place in a crowded office or room. The other problem with your typical wireless routers is that they have a lot of different cables that go along with them. Satechi has a new wireless mini router that is small enough to easily fit in a pocket or briefcase to take with you on the road and takes up little space in your office or hotel room.

The device can function in multiple modes including router mode allowing you to connect to the Internet and broadcast wireless signal to create your own Wi-Fi network with in a hotel room or office. The device can also work as a repeater allowing you to connect to an existing wireless network and amplify it for extended range connections.

The router supports 802.11b/g/n connectivity offering up to 300 Mbps wireless throughput. The router also supports WPS security at the push of a button and WLAN security with WPA2, WPA, and WEP(128/64) capability. The router also has QoS functionality ensuring high-quality VoIP and multimedia streaming.

All of the working modes supported by the mini router include client mode, bridge mode, access point mode, router mode, and universal repeater mode. The little mini router measures 2.9 x 0.9 x 2.9-inches and weighs only 2.2 ounces. The router is available now for $39.99.

[via Satechi]


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