TP Link introduce tiny Routers
Ryan Martin / 7 years ago
TP-LINK, a global provider of SOHO and SMB networking products, unveiled a wide range of products at CES 2012, including the world’s smallest router (TL-WR702N), a portable 3G powered wireless N Router (TL-MR3040), a new Network Attached Storage (NAS, TL-NS210) device and a hybrid Hy-Fi router that combines Wi-Fi and PLC technology in a single device.
Mini but mighty router solutions for 2012
Smaller than a credit card (6.35cm x 6.35cm x 1.7cm), the 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router (TL-WR702N) provides a portable, affordable and convenient solution for establishing on any device, a wireless network anywhere. You can conveniently connect to the Internet and share the connection in an average sized room at 150Mbps.
The portable 3G Battery Powered Wireless N Router (TL-MR3040), awarded the CES Innovations Award Honoree, has a long battery life (4.5 hours) and is easily rechargeable. Simply plugging in a USB 3G modem will create a high speed wireless network that’s shareable using a USB 3G modem connection at 150Mbps, creating a mobile office or entertainment network.
New Network Attached Storage (NAS)
The Network Attached Storage (NAS), TL-NS210, provides a secure place to store and share all data over a home network. Using the NAS, all devices can store and share files between each other over the network. Equipped with a 1.2GHz high-performance CPU and gigabit Ethernet port, TP-LINK NAS guarantees faster data processing and with its 2-bay hard disk drive, supports up to 4TB of storage and an automatic backup solution.
Hy-Fi in the home
TP-LINK Hy-Fi blends the advantages of Wi-Fi and PLC Homeplug technologies into a single device. This unit is perfect for the connected household ensuring that HD streamed content can appear in one room through a Set Top box, whilst a gamer can be playing live in another using a stable powerline connection. To ensure an interruption-free experience, the bandwidth is continually assessed automatically throughout viewing.
Source: Press Release