Summary: Bought this to work with my Orange dongle.. 18 months ago. Once I updated the firmware it worked well.. creating wifi zone in my home. The only limitation is the strength of 3G in your area.. for me signal strength is still poor.
Summary: We've been living with just a single T-mobile 3g connection now for nearly 2 years. This router took us from one internet capable device to about six. We can now actually use our smart phones as smart phones without worrying about crippling carrier fees.
Summary: The Edimax 3G router is fairly easy to set up. The WiFi capability works - however this is not how I intended to use the product. There is a convenient switch that turns off the WiFi. I then use one of the 4 the ethernet ports to make a wired connection to my pc.
Summary: I bought this model because I was concerned that the WiFi on the Zoom brand (which is a similar price) wouldn't reach around the house. This one covers the whole house well enough and even part of the garden.
Summary: took a while to find this item - there are only a few on the market at this price - and yes it works! - took about 3 hours to set up - and a bit less to add my wireless printer - but then im not pc savvy!if you understand all this tecno stuff you will more than likley set it all up in an hour.
Summary: Good Prduct does exactly what it says onthe tin only issue is that it sometimes locks out so have to reset the whole device - I use it as a backup if my BBand dies on me so i dont mind the reboots - if i relied on it all the time it may cause some concern but for the price i wouldn't really...
Summary: You can use a 3G router suitable for your dongle. This takes the dongle in its own USB socket and the firmware operates the dialling process. Several PCs of any OS (Windows, Mac, Linux...) can share the internet access and connect to the router by Wi-Fi or Ethernet.