Works greats! Has 3 modes: Bridge, Router, and Access Point (AP).
15 September 2014
Summary: Works greats! Got it at a great price! I have been looking for a wireless n bridge for quite a while. Most of the currently available n bridges are quite expensive. However, this little device is the answer to my prayers. It works great and is easy to configure.
Summary: Does exactly what you need. Easily extends a wireless network where there wasn't one before. Bought three and had them all up and running in 1/2 hour total. Range is good as long as you don't bury it under a bookshelf or something (it is so small you might be tempted to).
Summary: I bought this unit as I generally take along a tablet with my laptop. Trying to get wireless internet is not always available, so I picked up this device to have my tablet work rather than using my bulky laptop. Right out of the box I had wireless.
Summary: We took this on a trip to Ethiopia where the hotel we were in had wired but not wireless in every room. It allowed me to just use smartphones and tablets instead of lugging the laptop along. It's super small and can be powered from TWO USB connections...
Summary: This is one useful tool for a traveler's tool kit. Great if you have multiple devices, e.g., phone (or 2), tablet, etc., that need to share the same hotel internet access. Setup as an extension of your home network to provide remote, plug-in access to your DVD player, television, etc.
Summary: I purchased this AP because I was going on vacation and planned to take my iPad and not my laptop. I knew that the condo I was staying at had only Ethernet cable and no WiFi, so after much research I decided to purchase the TrendNet tew654.
Summary: What drew me to this device was it's small size and the case that comes with it. I love that I can either plug it in to a wall socket, or power it via USB on my computer. One port works for me, but in case that doesn't work for you, plug in the second and it should power up.
Summary: I travel throughout the world and this is a wonderful portable device. I was recently in Frankfurt with many meetings in my hotel room. I set this up, plugged the power into my USB on my computer to power it and all easily had access.