Summary: This is a super cool little device to have around, but it can be a bit flaky when you try to use it for WISP purposes and connect multiple clients to it. It will randomly reboot every 20-30 minutes if you're continuously having traffic go through it. I wouldn't use it for anything that I needed great reliability on, but for casual an convenient use it's a nice product to have.
Have a few travel routers, using this one the most
Joseph Anderson, Jr. "kissalive", Amazon
11 April 2014
Summary: All travel routers generally seem about the same when you have them in your hotel room for wireless access. I have used Zyxel, TP-Link and this one off and on for a couple of years. I've found I really like the 2nd ethernet port on the unit for connecting media devices to the TV. The hard wired connection seems to have a more consistent throughput, plus I get the advantage of a very basic firewall for my wireless access as well.
Is this a 5-Star product???? (I don't think so!!!!!)
Willie L, Amazon
5 March 2014
Summary: This product is crap.... I bought two nano routers at the same time: this one and the TP-Link TL-WR702N, which was $10 cheaper. I spent over 2 hours trying to get the TP-Link to work, and I had an incredibly difficult time. But I prevailed, because the WR702N is a well-made high quality product, and the documentation and the web interface that goes along with it are professional and understandable.
Summary: Bought this for splitting Hotel and Airplane Wifi with WISP. I have tested it at home and I am impressed: very easy to set up and better reach than my laptop Wifi adapter! It is tiny - I actually bought it in red so I am less likely to lose it - and it can be powered via USB directly from my laptop. I am excited to take it on the road ...