TP-LINK Introduces the World’s Smallest Travel Router
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
TP-LINK has introduced us to the smallest travel router in the world, the 150Mbps Wireless N Nano router (TL-WR702N). Geared for mobile users and hotel travellers, the new nano router would be ideally suited for travellers wanting to share their hotel room’s internet with devices such as laptops, phones, tablets and portable gaming consoles.
The tiny router only measures 57 x 57 x 18 mm, but that doesn’t mean that it lacks functionality compared to the bigger brothers. The IEEE 802.11b/g/n 150Mbps router is compatible with most 2.4GHz Wi-Fi devices and has a built-in firewall and support for all of the usual encryptions from WEP to WPA2. Other features include Virtual Server, Port Triggering, QoS, UPnP, DMZ, DHPC server and client, DoS protection, Mac filters and much more.
It isn’t just highly portable, it is also highly functional with five operating modes. It can work as an access point, router, client, repeater and bridge. The TL-WR702N travel router consumes just as little power as it’s tiny and only needs the power of a USB port; you can power it through any USB port or use the included power supply.
The LAN port is a 10/100Mbps WAN/LAN port and besides a reset button and the USB power port there aren’t any external features. The antenna is built into the nano router and can transmit with 20dBm.
The new TP-LINK 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router is available now for an MSRP of $24.99.
Thanks to TP-LINK for providing us with this information
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