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TRENDnet TEW-655BR3G WiFi-N mobile wireless router

TRENDnet TEW-655BR3G WiFi-N mobile wireless router

Networking company TRENDnet have announced a new 150Mbps mobile wireless router, that - similar to a MiFi - allows you to create a wireless hotspot using 3G or 4G networks.  However, unlike the MiFi the TRENDnet TEW-655BR3G has no internal WWAN connection of its own, and instead relies on a USB 3G or 4G modem.  The company claims that no software or drivers are required, it's simply a case of slotting in your modem and sharing it with multiple WiFi clients.

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Netgear MBRN3000 and DGN2200M WiFi-N routers get 3G/4G WWAN backup

Netgear MBRN3000 and DGN2200M WiFi-N routers get 3G/4G WWAN backup

Netgear have announced a number of new wireless routers with different combinations of WWAN and DSL support at CES 2010 today.  The range is led by the new Netgear 3G/4G Mobile Broadband Wireless-N Router (MBRN3000) and the Netgear Wireless-N 300 Router with DSL Modem - Mobile Broadband Edition (DGN2200M), both of which - as the names suggest - have WiFi 802.11n support along with a USB port which can be used to hook up a 3G/4G modem.  That modem then offers backup connectivity should your primary broadband connection go down.

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Qisda touchscreen router with YouTube & radio crosses FCC

Qisda touchscreen router with YouTube & radio crosses FCC

Bless the FCC for giving us sneak previews of upcoming devices; today's unusual product is why we love it so.  Apparently the work of Qisda, this multimedia router has an egg-like casing and a small color touchscreen, along with stereo speakers - in a sort of Sony Rolly arrangement, though with less dancing - and WiFi 802.11n.  Around the back you only get one 10/100 ethernet port alongside the WAN connection, but there's a USB port that lets you plug in a 3G modem and get online via a cellular network instead.

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Bell Mobility MiFi 2372 on sale today

Bell Mobility MiFi 2372 on sale today

Dear Canada, you've been very patient but your MiFi wait is over.  Having announced back in October that the Novatel Wireless MiFi 2372 "intelligent mobile hotspot" was coming to Bell Mobility in November 2009, the carrier has waited until the very end of the month to put the 3G-sharing battery powered router on sale.  However, on sale it is, and as of today Canadians looking to share a single 3G HSDPA/HSUPA connection between up to five WiFi devices can do so for $99.95 with a new, three year agreement.

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Novatel MiFi adds Eye-Fi, Cloud backup and VPN apps

Novatel MiFi adds Eye-Fi, Cloud backup and VPN apps

Novatel Wireless have announced the first round of applications which will be offered on its MiFi Intelligent Mobile Hotspot, including photo uploads, NAS-style network drive functionality, and VPN support.  The apps - which are produced by developer partners Eye-Fi, Nomadesk and Alcatel-Lucent respectively - will run on the applications processor found in the European MiFi 2352 (which we reviewed back in June) and the MiFi 2372 which will offer AT&T and Rogers Wireless HSPA.

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