Summary: I have used it as a router, an access point, with a Verizon 4g USB card, as a NATed wireless bridge. I keep it in my laptop bag and just set it up for what ever the situation calls for. The battery life isn't all that great my laptops battery will out last it every time around 2 hours.
Summary: What a pleasure to find a product that is simple to use and really solves a problem. Router admin is often made harder than necessary with really a really bad UI. This one posed no such challenge and has made it easy for me to transfer photos from my Canon 5D II to my iPad while shooting (using...
Summary: Device is very easy to set up - works consistently, comes with power adapter, battery, ethernet cable and CD. It has a good wireless range and readily connects to apple, android and PC devices.
Summary: i bought this thing so i could set up a wifi anywhere i wanted to. but i dont understand how to go about doing this. is there a universal usb receiver card that i can configure for any company's 3g service? or must i choose just one usb 3g card for each carrier that i use?
Summary: Can take this and use any WIFI signal that doesn't require web authentication and use it as WAN (including hot spot) and the plug in a switch or any router and you can have 4G or other network. Quick and easy to do!
Summary: I don't really need the mobile feature, but the battery backup is great to have. The power in my house is faulty, but between my UPS and this router, I can keep connected to the internet even while the power is out.
Summary: I have other similar devices, I saw this and purchased 3 hoping to have them everywhere but they do not work. I can not even get online. A great concept. I love that it has battery back up but if it does not work, what good is it?