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TRENDnet Wireless N 300 Mbps Travel Router Kit, TEW-654TR
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- Travel with 300Mbps wireless n speed and coverage in your pocket
- Share a single Internet connection with multiple users
- Compact travel case and accessories included
- One-touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
- Maximum wireless signal rates are referenced from IEEE 802.11 theoretical specifications.
- Actual data throughput and coverage will vary depending on interference, network traffic, building materials and other conditions.
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The two uses I recommend:
1. A wifi network for your hotel room. I travel frequently am am frustrated by the poor wifi signal that I receive in many rooms--I rarely get a good signal. This travel router connects to the wired internet in my room and then allows me to wirelessly connect my iPhone, iPad and computer. All with a strong signal! Plus, I don't have to argue with the front desk at checkout when they try to charge me for three connections instead of one.
2. A wifi network for your office. My office building offers wifi, but it has really poor coverage in my cube area. I can switch to 3G on my iPhone (but that's a little slow) and I have the cheaper iPad without any cellular connection. This travel router allowed me to create my own little wifi network for my cube, it's fantastic!
Some quick notes for folks that purchase the product:
* Use the "AP mode" if you want to connect multiple devices wirelessly
* Set it up at home before you go to a hotel--just avoid the panic
* Don't throw out the CD-ROM--it has the "AP mode" instruction manual on it which you will need for setup
* Setup is very easy if you follow the directions, which are in clear english and include good illustrations
* AP mode allows you to set a network password, but I don't think you can hide your network (make it undiscoverable); that was secure enough for me!
* I didn't expect to like the carrying-case that it came with but it's pretty good quality and perfect for leaving in your suitcase
* The price is fantastic, really fantastic!!
After my last experience overseas with wifi issues, I decided to look into a small travel router. I've spent a LOT of time in hotels. Good Internet services are hit or miss. This takes the miss out of the equation.
This device is a full blown wifi router with all the same security and features of units that I have in my home and recommend to others for their own homes. It even has content filter, MAC address security, WPA/WPA2, a DMZ and the port translation. This is just one of those things where you just can't go wrong. I recently had 3 iPads, 3 iPods, an iPhone and a PC all running through its wifi connection with zero issues.
If you have a family and travel, this unit let's you set up a single configuration on your devices and forget about it. Once I had my equipment signed onto it once, they always found it on their own when I needed it.
It's also tiny and comes with a small carrying case so it transports easily.
Long made short - if you travel, even occasionally, save yourself the headache and buy one. You'll be happy you did.
But wireless has always worked fine, so as long as I am at a hotel with in-room free wireless, no worries. Unfortunately, many hotels have only wired ehternet in their rooms.
So I picked up on of these TRENDnets on a lark. I figured it would be complicated to set up; not so. Instead of plugging the ethernet cable into my laptop, I instead plug the cable into the TRENDnet. The TRENDnet requires electricity, which can be provided by an AC adapter or - great idea - a provided special USB cable (although using the USB cable obviously ties down my laptop to whatever hotel desk the ethernet cable happens to be at - but that's not a limitation, it's an option).
The fantasic news is that once you do this, the TRENDnet appears as an ordinary WiFi hotspot on my notebook's wireless network setup. Since I am using this on somebody else's wired network, I have no need for setting special security levels or passwords; it simply works. I will defer to other reviewers for using the TRENDnet to set up a wireless access point at home or business where security might be a concern. For my purposes, it is almost perfect. My only gripe deals with power: the AC adapter should have the now-commonplace swapout plug pins for U.S. and common European outlets (it has fixed flat plugs for U.S./Japan only); and the power jack on the TRENDnet itself should use the virtually universal mini-USB, so even if you forget or lose your special cable, any mini-USB cable would work.
I also want to clarify a statement from a prior poster concerning compatibility with Apple products. As I said, the TrendNET works straight out of the box; there is no setup, configuration, or installation to get it to work. It therefore will work with any computer, whether PC, Apple, Linux, whatever; if your computer can access wireless networks, it will work with the TrendNET. So it is not entirely true that it "won't work with an Apple." However, if you want to do anything beyond simply connecting - setting up security settings, or firewalls, or changing Wireless names or IDs, ec., this will have to be done through your computer, in which case other reviewers who have actually tried setting it up would be more authorative.
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