Summary: I bought the wireless travel router and it came with a British style, 3 prong, 220v plug. I went on the company website and wrote up a customer service ticket and requested two things: 1. Why did it have that type of plug instead of the standard US plug as described on the box, and 2. to exchange the plug (power adapter). They refused to exchange the plug and sent me a parts price list and was told it would cost me $15 to get a new cord.
Disappointing, very disappointing, and that's the polite edit!
Mark F, Amazon
29 November 2012
Summary: Nothing at all to do with the seller. Only rated at 1 star because I cannot rate at 0 or -'ve I bought this to use whilst abroad with work to turn the wired internet connection into a wireless access point for my laptop and Iphone. It is not the cheapest travel router on the market and boasts a host of positive points, that it can be used as a wireless modem, wireless receiver and a wireless access point, whilst also providing a security wall to protect access to your...