Great portable travel router
This little portable router worked perfectly, with the setup minimal. Only thing missing was a case or pouch to carry it.
I went to Las Vegas recently with my Nexus 7 tablet, which does not have a wired ethernet port. I also assumed that some of the hotels in Vegas still had wired internet connections in their rooms. My stay was at the Monte Carlo, which only has the wired connection in the room.
Useful and portable tool for sharing a 3G web connection
TP-Link's TL-MR3020 is a useful and portable tool for sharing a 3G web connection, and it offers very good value in comparison to similar products. We found consistent and reliable performance in our tests. The router isn't locked to a mobile network, although it's worth checking that your USB dongle is compatible before you buy by going to the TP-Link website and searching for 3G/3.75G USB Modem Compatibility List.
Packed with features
The TP-LINK TL-WR700N is certainly priced attractively at around $30 and comes packed with features that you usually get only in higher-priced products. Its small size, integrated power supply and wall-wart form-factor make it attractive as an inconspicuous way to wirelessly bridge internet access to an Ethernet-less entertainment center or add a second access point to a remote location where you have an Ethernet port. Its main weakness, however, is its range.
Works well with standard WiFi devices
The TP-Link Wireless N Mini Pocket Router (TL-WR700N) is a small router designed to create instant Wi-Fi hotspots by plugging into an Ethernet cable from your existing modem or network. At 3.2 inches by 1.1 inches, this small device fits into a pocket or purse for easy portability.
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