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Satechi Smart Travel Router with USB Port for charging iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry, MP3 devices, and more in US, CA, MX, UK, EU, AU, NZ, HK, and China (with Router)
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- Works in over 150 countries in the US, CA, MX, UK, EU, AU, NZ, HK, and China
- Improve and extend Internet access: Compatible with IEEE 802.11n/g/b devices and standards for up to 150Mbps high-speed wireless access
- Charge two devices simultaneously: via the AC power port and the 2.1A USB port
- Compatible with: iPhone/iPad/Samsung Galaxy series/Windows/Blackberry/Droid/LG and more
- Note: This charger adapter converts the power prongs only and does not convert electrical output current and voltage
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The Smart Travel Router can only support passwords containing letters and numbers. Special characters cannot be used.
Four Networking Modes
Router: Functions as a typical router, connecting to the internet provided by your ISP and broadcasting a wireless signal, enabling you to create your own network.
Repeater: Connect to your existing network and amplify it. This enables you to extend the range of your wireless network - invaluable if you have a weak connection in a room far away from your router.
Access Point: Create a wireless connection from a wired source. If only an Ethernet port or Ethernet cable is available, the router can connect to the wired connection and broadcast a wireless network that all your devices can connect to.
Client: Connect to a device such as a Smart TV or video game console via an Ethernet cable. The Smart Travel Router can then be used as a wireless adapter, enabling the connected device to connect to the internet wirelessly.
WAN/LAN Port: 10/100Mbps
Aux Cable: IEEE 802.11n/g/b up to 150Mbps
AC power rating: 6A max. 100-240Vac (110Vac max. 660Watt, 230Vac max. 1380Watt)
USB port rating: 2.1A + 5Vdc (10.5W)
Built-in 6A fuse protection
USB type A charge port
Size: with Router
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The unit features pop out wall plug prongs that will fit over 150 countries and they are easy to use and open up. My video shows this operation. The adapter can handle up to 6 Amps of power and work on 100 to 240 VAC and 50/60 Hz but remember it is an adapter only and it does not convert voltage or frequency. The device you plug in that uses AC power must be compatible with the power output from the wall plug. The USB 2.1 Amp output is DC voltage and it is ideal for charging your smart devices. It is nice that it is built into the router as in many countries the hotels do not have a lot of AC wall pug outlets. You can use the AC wall plug converter and the USB port simultaneously. The spot where you plug in your devices is designed to accept AC wall plugs in a universal design and accepts many types or plugs.
The router worked very well and it has the ability to be a WIFI access point or an Ethernet wire to WIFI converter. The SSID, MAC address, URL address and password are marked on the side of the router for your information.Read more ›
The only help their tech support could offer was "You may have to change the SSID." Yeah right. Picture me ringing down to the front desk asking if they would please change the SSID on all the hotel's routers/access points to accommodate my stupid little device.
So unless you can guarantee that you'll never ever need to use this in a place where the SSID or password doesn't have a space in it -- and let me reiterate that these are two things you almost never have any control over, because you're a guest user and not the hotel's IT Administrator -- you will always run the risk of getting somewhere and not being able to use this as a router, which makes it just a plug adapter with a USB port, and that's worth five bucks, not fifty.
If they come out with a firmware update that lets the "Smart Travel Router" connect to SSIDs containing spaces and other legal characters -- like every other net-capable device I own -- then perhaps this will be worth buying again. As I said, I was otherwise pretty happy with it and had shown and recommended it to a few people already. But in its current state it's too unreliable to be useful, so I'm returning it the moment I get home.
The firmware upgrade made it better, a definite A+ for software and configuration capabilities. On the hardware side there is room for improvement in the next version. OK for now, but not great. The hardware look or feel is pretty decent, but neither slick nor impressive. I appreciate the fact that they tried to squeeze in a lot of pins, covering all countries. However, the design for releasing the European 2-Pin connector is disappointing. You to push the button on the slide bar, which is not intuitive, and the "PUSH" lettering is white, on white button, and unless you are expecting to find it, or habitually sharp-eyed, you can miss it easily. I struggled to release it, and put some gentle pressure to ""pull" it out, thinking it was perhaps jammed. I seem to have damaged the mechanism a little in the process. Now I have to put a finger on this European connector, and press it hard against its floor and hold-it there, to be able to slide the bar, and make other connectors pop. Despite this let down, I still think this is a good product and is definitely worth the money, if you travel a lot, and with a lot of devices.
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I take this everywhere, great for international travel and love the Wi-FiPublished 1 month ago by BigT
Service is excellent. Got everything as I expected. Good product too.Published 2 months ago by Haroon Bee Smith
Nice idea, but the wifi connection is simply not reliable. Wanted to use this in hotels where they still charge by device - works well initially but then the wifi just dies... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Read
Mechanically, this travel router and battery charger is well-designed and practical. Unfortunately, its user manual and setup software wizard are poorly designed and confusing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Techgod
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